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July Best Sellers Available in the Library

This summer, let the library help you stay on trend with these best selling books. Some of these recommendations are from The New York Times Best Sellers list and all of these can be checked out by current University of Utah students, staff, faculty and more. The list and reviews were created by librarian Allyson Mower.

All About Love by bell hooks

It is all about love and bell hooks’ writes convincingly about not only love and compassion for others, but the importance of starting with love and compassion for yourself. RIP bell hooks.

Atomic Habits by James Clear

I like the focus on choosing goals based on your values and identity as well as making it about the process. Sometimes the jargony terms get in the way of the overall writing, but the book is good.

Under the Banner of Heaven by Jon Krakauer

Yes, the book is better than the TV show! The author is a master at narrative non-fiction and the show couldn’t quite match.

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Part nature writing, coming-of-age story, and murder mystery, this bestseller is a satisfying read that leaves you wanting to explore unknown lands and make friends with the gulls. Soon to be a movie!

Death Note Short Stories by Tsugumi Ohba

Enjoy this graphic novel about a character with special powers to eliminate bad and destructive people, but does he use his power wisely?

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