New York Times Nonfiction Bestsellers

Week of October 17th (list limited to titles available at the library)

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1.

Caste

by Isabel Wilkerson

The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist examines aspects of caste systems across civilizations and reveals a rigid hierarchy in America today.
2.

Is This Anything?

by Jerry Seinfeld

The comedian shares material he collected in an accordion folder over the last 45 years.
3.

Untamed

by Glennon Doyle

The activist and public speaker describes her journey of listening to her inner voice.
4.

Killing Crazy Horse

by Bill O'Reilly

The ninth book in the conservative commentator’s Killing series focuses on conflicts with Native Americans.
5.

Blackout

by Candace Owens

The conservative commentator makes her case that Black Americans should part ways with the Democratic Party.
6.

Rage

by Bob Woodward

Based on 17 on-the-record interviews with President Trump and other reporting, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist details the president’s perspective on multiple crises.
7.

Humans

by Brandon Stanton

Photos and stories of people from over 40 countries collected by the creator of “Humans of New York.”
9.

How To Be An Antiracist

by Ibram X Kendi

A primer for creating a more just and equitable society through identifying and opposing racism.
10.

Ten Lessons For A Post-pandemic World

by Fareed Zakaria

The CNN host posits what might happen on the other side of the Covid-19 pandemic.
11.

The Meaning Of Mariah Carey

by Mariah Carey

The career highlights, public life and private struggles of the singer and songwriter.
12.

Trumpty Dumpty Wanted A Crown

by John Lithgow

A second illustrated collection of poems chronicling and satirizing current events.
13.

The 99% Invisible City

by Roman Mars

A look at the design and architecture of various and sometimes unexpected elements that make cities function.
14.

One Vote Away

by Ted Cruz

The Republican senator from Texas gives his views on what might happen if liberals gain a simple majority on the Supreme Court.
15.

Too Much And Never Enough

by Mary L Trump

The clinical psychologist gives her assessment of events and patterns inside her family and how they shaped President Trump.