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August 2018 Bestsellers & Recent Releases

Here’s our updated Edelweiss collection of this month’s bestsellers and recently released titles, perfect for collection development! Here are some of the top titles for August 2018:

Bestsellers & Recent Releases:
FEARED by Lisa Scottoline
BALL LIGHTNING by Cixin Liu, translated by Joel Martinsen
A FUTURE OF FAITH: The Path of Change in Politics and Society by Pope Francis (Jorge Mario Bergoglio) & Dominique Wolton

Indie Next Picks:
MEET ME AT THE MUSEUM by Anne Youngson (also a LibraryReads pick)
THE MIDDLEMAN by Olen Steinhauer
THE THIRD HOTEL by Laura van den Berg

This Edelweiss collection will be updated on a monthly basis so check back often!

August 2018 Nonfiction

New nonfiction for your library’s shelves!

SMALL ANIMALS: Parenthood in the Age of Fear by Kim Brooks
A BookExpo 2018 Editors’ Buzz Pick with two starred reviews! A compelling blend of personal memoir, investigative reporting, and sociological criticism about parenthood and fear based on the author’s personal experience. “Parents who are seeking advice, rather than reflection, will appreciate the vast number of other titles Brooks cites throughout the book. SMALL ANIMALS belongs on the shelves of every public library.” — Booklist, starred review

A FUTURE OF FAITH: The Path of Change in Politics and Society by Pope Francis (Jorge Mario Bergoglio) & Dominique Wolton
Also available in audio
In this new book, the beloved people’s Pope reveals his views on the contentious political, cultural, and religious issues of our time based on his series of twelve conversations with French reporter and sociologist Dominique Wolton. “The man who emerges here is affable, approachable, always unpretentious, and deeply human.” — Booklist, starred review

THE HUSBAND HUNTERS: American Heiresses Who Married into the British Aristocracy by Anne de Courcy
A deliciously told group biography of the young, rich, American heiresses who married into the impoverished British aristocracy at the turn of the twentieth century. Downton Abbey fans will swoon over this trip through the privileged turn-of-the-century world of cash, class, and coronets. A highly readable social history that contains all of the juicy drama of a prime-time soap opera.” — Kirkus Reviews

MARILYN MONROE: The Private Life of a Public Icon by Charles Casillo
Based on new interviews and research, this ground-breaking biography reveals how Marilyn’s childhood contributed to her struggle with bi-polar disorder, and impacted her career and personal life. “There is a pervasive sadness in Casillo’s intricately nuanced portrait of this misunderstood idol, a despondency borne of her ambition to be both loved and beloved, revered and respected. A worthy addition to the Monroe canon.” — Booklist readmoreremove

2018 Drop-In Titles from Three Congressmen & The Pope

We’ve got the scoop on some new 2018 drop-in titles, many by some very famous people:

A FUTURE OF FAITH: The Path of Change in Politics and Society by Pope Francis (Jorge Mario Bergoglio) & Dominique Wolton
Also available in audio
Out: August 7, 2018
In this new book, the beloved people’s Pope reveals his views on the contentious political, cultural, and religious issues of our time based on his series of twelve conversations with French reporter and sociologist Dominique Wolton.

WHERE WE GO FROM HERE by Bernie Sanders
Also available in audio
Out: October 30, 2018
In his new book, Senator Sanders speaks about what he’s been doing to oppose the Trump agenda and strengthen the progressive movement and how we go forward as a nation. Don’t miss “An Evening With Senator Bernie Sanders” at BookExpo 2018 on Thursday, May 31 from 6:15-7:15pm.

THE RIGHT ANSWER: How We Can Unify Our Divided Nation by John Delaney
Also available in audio
Out: May 29, 2018
Delaney, the United States Representative for Maryland’s 6th congressional district, and the first declared candidate for president in 2020, delivers a passionate call for bipartisan action, entrepreneurial innovation, and a renewed commitment to the American idea that anything is possible.

THEM: Why We Hate Each Other and How to Heal by Ben Sasse
Also available in audio
Out: October 16, 2018
New York Times bestselling author of THE VANISHING AMERICAN ADULT, Senator Ben Sasse delivers an intimate and urgent assessment of the existential political crisis dividing our nation.

TRUMP MUST GO: The Top 100 Reasons to Dump Trump (And One to Keep Him) by Bill Press
Out: August 28, 2018
Americans increasingly agree on one thing: Every day that Trump stays in office, he diminishes the United States and its people. TV and radio host Bill Press offers 100 reasons why Trump needs to be removed from office, whether by impeachment, the 25th Amendment, or the ballot box—and offers one reason not to dump Trump.

UNLOCKED: An Oral History of Haden’s Syndrome by John Scalzi
Out: July 24, 2018
Discover the history of Haden’s Syndrome, the virus that created the world of John Scalzi’s inventive near-future thrillers LOCK IN and HEAD ON, in this prequel novella.

BRIGHT YOUNG DEAD by Jessica Fellowes
Also available in audio
Out: October 30, 2018
In the second book in the Golden Age-set Mitford Murders series, Mitford sisters’ chaperone Louisa Cannon must help exonerate a maid accused of murdering a man during Pamela Mitford’s 18th birthday party.

WE CAN’T BREATHE: On Black Lives, White Lies, and the Art of Survival by Jabari Asim
Out: October 16, 2018
Critically-acclaimed author and cultural historian Jabari Asim presents eight essays that seek to reclaim the narrative of Black history and culture in America, focusing on how Black bodies, Black words, and Black culture and society have been policed, punished, and stolen for hundreds of years. readmoreremove

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