Raven Book Store Bestsellers
Here are Lawrence’s latest bestsellers, brought to us by the Raven Book Store:
Emily Farris, a Kansas City author and former bookseller, has written what she calls the first memoir of adult ADHD, and it’s a funny and frank read, the Raven Book Store writes.
”’Embattled Lawrence’ leads the pack again this week, with the dazzling and captivating local history volume easily outselling even the best-selleriest of national bestsellers,” the Raven Book Store writes.
”To nobody’s surprise (at least nobody who’s worked at the Raven the past few weeks), this week’s No. 1 book by a landslide is ‘Embattled Lawrence 2,’ the second volume in the monumental local history series,” the Raven Book Store writes.
“Roxie Yonkey’s ‘Secret Kansas: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure’ tops this week’s list on the strength of her wonderful event last week. If you missed it, now’s a great time to remind you that videos of all of our in-store events are archived on our Instagram page!” the Raven Book Store writes.
“What do tornadoes, Oklahoma oil rights, rural running, shipwrecks, and hot dogs have in common? They’re all subjects of the many great nonfiction books on this week’s Raven bestseller list!” the Raven Book Store writes.
”This week features our usual fantastic mix of local authors, event books, staff picks, and a few national bestsellers. Raven readers, thanks as always for your amazing taste and support for local authors!” the Raven Book Store writes.
”This last Saturday was Independent Bookstore Day, and we must say we’re so thankful for the support our community showed us. … We really felt the love, and it reminded us why we’re so grateful to be able to do what we do,” the Raven Book Store writes in this week’s bestseller list.
”Tessa Gratton, our good friend and local author, has not only (again!) landed on our list but is also on the New York Times list this week!” the Raven Book Store writes of this week’s bestsellers.