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Data Provided by the New York Times
New York Times Bestsellers for the week of 2014-10-05, linked to Canton Public Library's Catalog.
  1. Sisters by Raina Telgemeier
    Raina is stuck in the back seat between her younger brother and sister for a weeklong road trip in this family memoir. Will such close quarters force the siblings to finally get along?
  2. Amulet: escape from lucien, vol. 6 by Kazu Kibuishi
    Max makes a promise to the Elf King that he may not be able to keep while Emily and Navin are ordered to go into the war-torn city of Lucien.
  3. Smile by Raina Telgemeier
    Raina experiences braces, an earthquake, boy troubles, frenemies and other plagues of the sixth grade.
  4. March: book one by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin
    Representative John Lewis of Georgia describes his childhood and the beginning of his involvement in the civil rights movement. Artwork is by Nate Powell. The first volume of a trilogy.
  5. Drama by Raina Telgemeier
    Middle-school drama becomes much more intense when Callie becomes the stage manager for a production of "Moon Over Mississippi."
  6. The wrenchies by Farel Dalrymple
    In this dystopian tale, the world is ruled by evil shadowsmen and humanity’s last hope lies with a handful of children who are brave enough, and ruthless enough, to stand up and fight for their freedom.
  7. Fables, vol. 20 by Bill Willingham and Mark Buckingham
    Rose Red wants to create a new Camelot — round table and all — but who will be her knights?
  8. Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
    The author’s life in Iran during its 1979 revolution and its war with Iraq.
  9. El deafo by Cece Bell
    A young girl experiences hearing loss and receives the Phonic Ear, a bulky hearing aid that comes with a mischievous benefit: She can hear her teacher no matter where she goes in school.
  10. The walking dead, vol. 21 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
    The causalities continue to mount as the war between the Survivors and the Saviors reaches its conclusion.