10 summer reads flying off the shelves at the Bookworm of Edwards
The summer months are nearly over, but fall doesn’t technically start until Sept. 23. That means there’s still about a month’s worth of summer reading left. Here are the Bookworm of Edwards’ 10 top-selling books to help celebrate warm temperatures and long days just a little while longer.
1. Centennial Celebrations – Jr. League of Denver
The league’s sixth cookbook, this time featuring Colorado-sytle recipes.
2. Where The Crawdads Sing – Delia Owens
A supernatural murder mystery set in 1969 North Carolina, a Number 1 New York Times Bestseller and a pick in Reese Whitherspoon’s book club.
3. The Only Woman In the Room – Marie Benedict
A fiction story based on the life of Hedy Lamarr, an Austrian-born American actress at her peak in the ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s. The book touches on Jewish heritage during Nazi occupation and the struggles of being a woman in a male-dominated space.
4. Dog Man: For Whom The Ball Rolls – Dav Pilkey
A children’s graphic novel from the creator of the “Captain Underpants” series.
5. The Hundred-Year-Old-Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared – Jonas Jonasson
A comedy by the Swedish author, which became a movie starring Robert Gustafsson in 2013.
6. The Guest Book – Sarah Blake
A New York Times Bestseller following a New England family and its evolution throughout the 20th century.
7. Meet Me In Monaco – Hazel Gaynor
Based on Grace Kelly’s marriage to Prince Rainier of Monaco.
8. Educated – Tara Westover
A non-fiction account of the author’s life growing up with survivalist parents in Idaho, and her journey to education.
9. Summer of ‘69 – Erin Hilderbrand
A family that summers on Nantucket each year struggles when each of the children face struggles typical of 1969: Civil Rights protests, the Vietnam War and Teddy Kennedy’s infamous car crash.
10. Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng
An artistic mother-daughter duo moves to a small town outside Cleveland, captivating their landlord’s children and creating a rift between suburban normalcy and a free-thinking spirit.
Mountainfilm On Tour brings 10 documentary shorts, focusing on equity, to two local high schools and two local movie theaters. “Brotherhood Of Skiing,” for example, is about African Americans who love skiing and want to pass that love to the next generation.