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McNally Robinson bestsellers for the week of June 22

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HARDCOVER FICTION

 All My Puny Sorrows, Miriam Toews. Fiction. $29.95.

Written In My Own Heart’s Blood, Diana Gabaldon. Historical Fiction. $39.95.

The Silkworm, Robert Galbraith. Mystery. $31.00.

The Goldfinch, Donna Tartt. Fiction. $33.00.

Mr. Mercedes, Stephen King. Fiction. $36.00.

 

HARDCOVER NON-FICTION

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!, Dr. Seuss. Inspiration. $22.99.

Pat Martin Bates: Balancing on a Thread, Patricia Bovey. Art. $50.00.

100 Summers on Lake Winnipeg, Gregory Thomas & Sheila Grover. Regional Interest. $50.00.

Hard Choices, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Memoir. $40.00.

Henry Kalen’s Manitoba, Henry Kalen. Regional Interest. $24.95.

 

PAPERBACK FICTION

After the Shots, C. Fardoe. Fiction. $20.00.

Fall of a Sparrow, S.J. Hamilton. Mystery. $15.99.

And the Mountains Echoed, Khaled Hosseini. Fiction. $20.00.

The Orenda, Joseph Boyden. Fiction. $22.00.

A Safe Girl to Love, Casey Plett. Fiction. $18.95.

 

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

 The End, Richelle Burchill. Relating. $15.99.

Sustainable High Performance, Cal Botterill, Jason Brooks & Aman Hussain. Sports. $27.95.

Indigenous Healing, Rupert Ross. Indigenous Peoples. $20.00.

America Toons In, David Perlmutter. Television. $50.00.

Ka’esi Wahkotumahk Aski (Our Relations with the Land), D’Arcy Linklater, et al. Indigenous Peoples. $29.99.

 

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

The Fault in Our Stars, John Green. Teen Fiction. $19.99.

Minecraft Redstone Handbook, Mojang. Activity Book. $12.95.

The Book Thief, Markus Zusak. Teen Fiction. $14.99.

The Boundless, Kenneth Oppel. Canadian Intermediate Fiction. $19.99.

My New Friend is So Fun, Mo Willems. Beginning Readers. $9.99.

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