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What we’re reading, Dec. 7 

Wordsworth Books & Co.

1. "Healing Presence"
Joanna Seibert

2. "I Feel Bad About My Neck"
Nora Ephron

3. "Horns Up! College Bands of the Arkansas Heartland"
Tyler Thompsom

4. "The Season"
Steve Bowman

5. "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan"
Lisa See

6. "Win at Life Wisdom"
Mark Evans

7. "Arkansas Butterflies and Moths"
Lori Spencer

8. "The Memory Keeper’s Daughter"
Kim Edwards

9. "Arkansas Nature Lover’s Guidebook"
Tim Ernst

10. "Wildfire"
Nelson MeMille

That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place

1. "Worth"
A. LaFaye

2. "A Child called 'IT' "
Dave Pelzer

3. "Life in Prison"
Stanley “Tookie” Williams

4. "Maisie Dobbs"
Jacqueline Winspear

5. "The Memphis Kingmaker"
Cecilia A. Hallman

6. "Wuthering Heights"
Emily Bronte

7. "A Keeper of Bees"
Allison Wallace

8. "A George Out of Office Countdown Calendar"

9. "Ten Little Ladybugs"
Melanie Gerth

10. "Christmas Letters"
Debbie Macomber

That Bookstore In Blytheville

1. "The Shepherd, the Angel, and Walter the Christmas Miracle Dog"
Dave Barry

2. "The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town"
John Grisham

3. "Paula Deen Celebrates!: Best Dishes and Best Wishes for the Best Times of Your Life"
Paula H. Deen, Martha Nesbit

4. "Wins, Losses and Lessons"
Lou Holtz

5. "Blue Christmas"
Mary Kay Andrews

6. "Swag: Southern Women Aging Gracefully"
Melinda Rainey Thompson

7. "It’s a Wonderful Life for Kids!"
Jimmy Hawkins and Douglas B. Jones

8. "The 12 Days of Christmas: A Pop-Up Celebration"
Robert Clarke Sabuda

9. "Stompin’ at the Savoy"
Bebe Moore Campbell and Richard Yarde

10. "Christmas in the Trenches"
John McCutcheon and Henri Sorensen

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