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If you’re looking for a reason to add more books to your collection, National Buy a Book Day is the perfect excuse. It supports writers and broadens your mind. Plus, since we’re coming up on sweater and tea weather, it’s the perfect time to order a new favorite to snuggle up with. Here are some titles we think are worth considering.
$18.00 at Amazon
Delia Owens’ debut novel Where the Crawdads Sing has been topping every literary chart since it came out. It’s now a movie too, so this is your last chance to say you read it before you see the film.
$19.00 at Amazon
The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D. is introspective nonfiction in which Dr. Kolk explains through his research how to deal with trauma in ourselves and in the people around us. The book has gotten many rave reviews, so it’s worth checking out.
$27.00 at Amazon
Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones is a self-help bestseller by James Clear. It emphasizes breaking down bad habits into better systems to help you achieve your goals by improving tiny behaviors.
$16.95 at Amazon
Ellen Marie Wiseman blends fact, fiction and urban legend in The Lost Girls of Willowbrook: A Heartbreaking Novel of Survival Based on a True History. It follows a young woman who’s wrongly imprisoned in a (very real) institution famous for its horrendous abuses.
$17.00 at Amazon
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: A Novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid stars an aging Hollywood starlet who decides to do one last tell-all with a no-name magazine reporter. With over two million copies sold, you can join in on the phenomenon.
Get lost in a good book
These best-selling titles all sound great, but there’s only one way to find out if you’ll really love them. Take one home and dive in.
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