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November 19, 2017 Los Angeles Times Best Sellers Available at the Library
David Kelly, November 20, 2017

Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly debuts in the top spot on the Los Angeles Times Fiction Hardcover List for the week of November 19, 2017, while 


Book covers for: Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan, The Wisdom of Sundays by Oprah Winfrey, and he Rooster Bar by John Grisham
David Kelly, November 14, 2017

Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan remains in the top spot on the Los Angeles Times Fiction Hardcover List for the week of November 12, 2017, while


November 5, 2017 Los Angeles Times Best Sellers Available at the Library
David Kelly, November 07, 2017

Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan remains in the top spot on the Los Angeles Times Fiction Hardcover List for the week of November 5, 2017, while Ron Chernow's biography of Ulysses S.&nbsp


read it first in big white cursive letters against a purple theater movie curtain illustration. Spotlight shining on the title as well.
Elizabeth Graney, November 03, 2017

If you've heard it once, you've heard it a million times—the book was better! There's nothing like debating the differences between a favorite book and its translation to the screen.


October 29, 2017 Los Angeles Times Best Sellers Available at the Library
David Kelly, October 30, 2017

Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan takes over the top spot on the Los Angeles Times Fiction Hardcover List for the week of October 29, 2017, while 


Book covers for: Orgin by Dan Brown, Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan, Eight Years in Power by Ta-Nehisi Coates
David Kelly, October 23, 2017

Dan Brown's latest, Origin, is the new number one book on the Los Angeles Times Fiction Hardcover List, while 


October 8, 2017 Los Angeles Times Best Sellers Available at the Library
David Kelly, October 09, 2017

No changes to the top of the Los Angeles Times Bestseller Lists as A Legacy of Spies by John le Carre remains at the top of the Fiction Hardcover List for the 3rd week in a row and&n


read it first in big white cursive letters against a purple theater movie curtain illustration. Spotlight shining on the title as well.
Elizabeth Graney, October 06, 2017

If you've heard it once, you've heard it a million times—the book was better! There's nothing like debating the differences between a favorite book and its translation to the screen.


photograph of several piles of books with two chains across them. in the foreground there is a small illustration of a girl reading a book with her fist raised in the air.
Christa Deitrick, September 22, 2017

Human nature is a funny thing. If you tell someone they can't do something, they want to do it more. This is especially true when it comes to banned books.


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