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A PROMISED LAND Tops 2020 Charts: Today in Books

Are You Accepting The Read Harder Challenge In 2021?

Here’s something pretty cool–the New York Public Library blogged about our Read Harder 2021 challenge, and they even picked out a few different recommendations for each of the challenges. Browse their picks, and then check out the Read Harder 2021 challenge.

Ben Hardy, Dexter Fletcher Join Romance From ‘To All the Boys’ Producers¬†

The movie adaptation of The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith is one step closer to production! The movie now has a full cast, which includes Jameela Jamil as the story’s narrator. It’s about two teens who start to fall for one another on a red eye from New York to London, only to be separated once they land. They try to find their way back to each other, and discover the true reason for their respective journeys.

‘A Promised Land’ Was 2020’s Bestselling Book

Barack Obama’s memoir A Promised Land was the bestselling book of 2020, according to Publisher’s Weekly’s analysis of sales. It moved 2.6 million copies, according to BookScan, which is 800,000 copies fewer than the number of copies Michelle Obama’s Becoming sold in its release year. Other big books of 2020 include nonfiction about Trump, antiracism titles, and Oprah’s latest book club pick, Caste by Isabel Wilkerson.