Globe & Mail Bestsellers-Non-Fiction-July 2019

July 13, 2019

1. We the Champs, Alex Wong

The Toronto Raptors’ Historic Run to the 2019 NBA Title

2. Educated, Tara Westover

“Tara Westover is living proof that some people are flat-out, boots-always-laced-up indomitable.”–USA Today

3. Becoming, Michelle Obama

An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir.

4. Humans, Tom Phillips

A Brief History of How We F*cked It All Up

5. Howard Stern Comes Again, Howard Stern

A magnum opus of confession and personal exploration.

6. 12 Rules for Life, Jordan B. Peterson

Humorous, surprising and informative.

7. The Mueller Report, The Washington Report

One of the most urgent and important investigations ever conducted.

8. I Am Fifteen and I Do Not Want to Die, Christine Arnothy

The True Story of a Young Woman’s Wartime Survival

9. The Forgotten Child, Richard Gallear

This inspirational memoir follows Richard’s traumatic birth, abusive childhood, and search for the truth.

10. Anthony Bourdain Remembered, CNN

A moving and insightful collection of quotes, memories, and images celebrating the life of Anthony Bourdain.

July 6, 2019

1. Becoming, Michelle Obama

An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir.

2. Educated, Tara Westover

“Tara Westover is living proof that some people are flat-out, boots-always-laced-up indomitable.”–USA Today

3. 12 Rules For Life, Jordan B. Peterson

Humorous, surprising and informative.

4. Howard Stern Comes Again, Howard Stern

A magnum opus of confession and personal exploration.

5. Cat and Nat’s Mom Truths, Catherine Belknap & Natalie Telfer

Embarrassing Stories and Brutally Honest Advice on the Extremely Real Struggle of Motherhood

6. 21 Lessons For the 21st Century, Yuval Noah Harari

Tackles a daunting array of issues.

7. Mourning Has Broken, Erin Davis

Love, Loss and Reclaiming Joy

8. A Serial Killer’s Daughter, Kerri Rawson

Story of Faith, Love, and Overcoming

9. The Forgotten Child, Richard Gallear

This inspirational memoir follows Richard’s traumatic birth, abusive childhood, and search for the truth.

10. Homes:  A Refugee Story, Abu Bakr al Rabeeah

Tells of the strange juxtapositions of growing up in a war zone.

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