Books of the Month by Barnes and Noble Books

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Fiction Book of the Month

Normal People by Sally Rooney

“Sally Rooney’s Normal People follows two Irish teens, each quite different from the other, at the conception of their relationship until they mature and search for life’s meaning in different ways. Sometimes together, sometimes apart, their intricate relationship is what defines them as individuals. A masterfully written novel that shows how identity is garnered through who we meet along the way.” —Elizabeth Osborn, Bookseller

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Nonfiction Book of the Month

Chesapeake Requiem: A Year with the Watermen of Vanishing Tangier Island by Earl Swift

“A fascinating look into a quickly disappearing way of life. First settled during the American Revolution, this small crabbing island, home to the prized blue crab, is losing land mass due to rising tides. Journalist Earl Swift spent two years living among this unique community and captured the heart and soul of its people as they face extinction.” —Ellie Zur, Bookseller

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Mystery & Thriller Book of the Month

The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

“Ring in the new year with murder. Nine college friends gather at a remote lodge in the Scottish Highlands near the end of December. As the snow falls, and secrets are uncovered, their seclusion finds them trapped with someone in their party who has sinister motives. Prepare for psychological suspense and a classic Agatha Christie-style plot that will keep you guessing until the end.” —Jennifer Zent, Bookseller

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Young Reader Book of the Month

The Bookwanderers by Anna James

“A perfect choice for the child who has read everything! After losing her mother at a young age, Tilly Pages takes refuge in the books at her grandma’s store. Through avid reading, Tilly discovers she has the power to wander into any book of her choosing. This begins her quest to uncover the mystery behind her mother’s disappearance.” —Kelly Carter, Bookseller

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