Winnipeg Bestsellers, Mar. 13-23
Based on sales at McNally Robinson Booksellers, Mar. 13-23
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- The High Mountains of Portugal, Yann Martel. Fiction. $32.00.
- The Courier, Gerald Brandt. Science Fiction. $33.00.
- Some Rain Must Fall, Karl Ove Knausgaard. Fiction. $37.00.
- Quantum Night, Robert J. Sawyer. Science Fiction. $30.00.
- Private Paris, James Patterson. Fiction. $34.00.
- The Reason You Walk, Wab Kinew. Memoir. $32.00.
- When Breath Becomes Air, Paul Kalanithi. Memoir. $33.00.
- Citizen Trudeau, 1944-1965, Allen Mills. Canadian Biography. $35.00.
- The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, Marie Kondo. Interior Design. $19.99.
- The Hermetic Code, Carolin Vesely & Buzz Currie. Regional Interest. $29.95.
- But I Love You, Laura Wiens. Fiction. $12.00.
- The Illegal, Lawrence Hill. Fiction. $24.99.
- Birdie, Tracey Lindberg. Fiction. $22.99.
- Fifteen Dogs, André Alexis. Fiction. $17.95.
- All the Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr. Fiction. $19.99.
- Indigenous Men and Masculinities, Kim Anderson & Robert Alexander Innes, eds. Indigenous Peoples. $27.95.
- Re/Imagining Winnipeg, Lawrence Bird & Sharon Wohl, eds. Architecture. $20.00.
- Cracking the People Code, Barbara Bowes. Business. $15.00.
- S.E.T. for Success, Richard Lannon. Business. $27.95.
- Driv’n by Fortune, Sam Allison. History. $30.00.
BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
- Firelight, Amulet #7, Kazu Kibuishi. Graphic Novel. $16.99.
- Pax, Sara Pennypacker. Intermediate Fiction. $21.00.
- Lady Midnight, Cassandra Clare. Teen Horror. $32.99.
- What Do You Do With An Idea?, Kobi Yamada. Picture Book. $24.95.
- Secret Adventures of Tiny Toba, Linda Szyszkowski. Growing Up & Family Life. $29.99.
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