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They're trying to ban 'Maus': Why you should read it and these 30 other challenged books
January 27, 2022
"Maus," a graphic novel about the Holocaust, was removed by a Tennessee school board. We defend it and 30 more challenged books.
      
USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list
December 11, 2019
USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list ranks the 150 top-selling titles each week based on an analysis of sales from U.S. booksellers.
      
20 winter books we can't wait to read by Valerie Bertinelli, Brian Cox, Bob Odenkirk and more
December 31, 2021
Here are the 20 books we can't wait to read in winter 2022, including memoirs from Valerie Bertinelli, Bob Odenkirk and Brian Cox.
      
The best books of 2021: These 17 titles received four-star reviews from USA TODAY critics
December 31, 2021
Jonathan Franzen's "Crossroads" and Sally Rooney's "Beautiful World, Where Are You" are among this year's USA TODAY best-reviewed books.
      
Merle Haggard's 'self-created turmoil' explored in new biography
January 27, 2022
Best selling author Marc Eliot dives into Merle Haggard's 'battle for self-reconciliation' in new book "The Hag."
      
Best selling author Isabel Allende tackles sexuality, abuse and revolution in drama-filled 'Violeta'
January 27, 2022
The Chilean author's latest novel "Violeta" tells the dramatic tale of a 100-year-old woman who lived between two pandemics
      
'Notes on an Execution' is a different kind of serial killer story, and a brilliant one
January 23, 2022
Danya Kukafka's poetic and mesmerizing second novel "Notes on an Execution" is a different kind of serial killer story, and a necessary one.
      
5 books not to miss: John Darnielle's 'Devil House,' new Danya Kukafka thriller
January 22, 2022
The Mountain Goats singer-songwriter John Darnielle releases dark new novel "Devil House," and Danya Kukafka returns with a haunting thriller.
      
The best books of 2021 so far: What USA TODAY's critics loved reading
December 06, 2021
These are the great new books that got ★★★½ and ★★★★ reviews from USA TODAY critics in 2021, including Louise Erdrich's and Susan Orlean's latest.
      
Is your New Year's resolution to read more? Here's how to start an online book club
January 05, 2022
Here's everything you need to know about hosting a virtual book club on Zoom, including our top winter book club picks.
      
Music, Ariana and addiction: Mac Miller's life explored in new 'Most Dope' book
January 25, 2022
New book "Most Dope: The Extraordinary Life of Mac Miller" explores the late rapper's music, addiction and relationship with Ariana Grande.
      
Roseanne's daughter Jenny Pentland recalls growing up in 'comedy clubs and mental institutions'
January 20, 2022
In her bracingly honest and mordantly funny memoir, Jenny Pentland details the weirdness of growing up Roseanne Barr's daughter.
      
Britney Spears sends Jamie Lynn Spears cease and desist letter over 'outrageous' book claims
January 19, 2022
Britney Spears sent her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, a cease and desist letter Monday ahead of the release of her book, "Things I Should Have Said."
      
'Succession' star Brian Cox talks memoir, Logan Roy's planned exit, turning down 'Game of Thrones'
January 18, 2022
"Succession" star Brian Cox discusses his filter-free memoir, "Putting the Rabbit in the Hat," and his character Logan Roy's near-exit from the show.
      
Rupert Grint calls J.K. Rowling relationship 'tricky': What 'Harry Potter' cast says about author
January 18, 2022
Rupert Grint is speaking out again on how he feels about J.K. Rowling following her controversial opinions regarding gender and sex.
      
Jamie Lynn Spears' memoir: What she says about Britney Spears, conservatorship, their parents
January 19, 2022
Jamie Lynn Spears' memoir, "Things I Should Have Said," is an account of her feelings on sister Britney's conservatorship, their dad Jamie and more.
      
100 Black novelists and fiction writers you should read, from Abi Daré to Zora Neale Hurston
February 18, 2021
Fiction humanizes the Black experience and enlightens readers by helping them see the world through a Black author's perspective.
     
Valerie Bertinelli on Eddie Van Halen, writing 'cathartic' book: 'Love isn't a big enough word'
January 18, 2022
"I can't make people understand this... but I've never felt love like that," Valerie Bertinelli, author of "Enough Already," says of Eddie Van Halen.
      
'The Marvellers' exclusive excerpt: Visit Dhonielle Clayton's magic school in the sky
January 15, 2022
USA TODAY can share a first look at Dhonielle Clayton's YA book "The Marvellers," which follows 11-year-old Ella on a fantastical adventure.
      
Valerie Bertinelli and 'Succession' star Brian Cox release memoirs: 5 books not to miss
January 15, 2022
Valerie Bertinelli, "Succession" star Brian Cox and Jenny Pentland, daughter of Roseanne Barr, all release new can't-miss memoirs this week.
      
Travel the world in spite of omicron by reading these 10 books
January 14, 2022
Coronavirus might have us staying home, but these 10 travelogues feed our wanderlust from our armchair.
      
'A Thousand Steps' is a gripping new thriller set in psychedelic '60s Laguna Beach
January 17, 2022
T. Jefferson Parker masterfully transports readers to late-'60s Laguna Beach, California in his gripping new thriller "A Thousand Steps."
      
'To Paradise' review: 'A Little Life' author Hanya Yanagihara returns with elegant epic
January 11, 2022
Hanya Yanagihara's new novel, the epic tome "To Paradise," is an elegant return from the author of "A Little Life."
      
Jami Attenberg shares the joy, heartbreak of the writer's life in honest new memoir
January 10, 2022
Novelist Jami Attenberg has a lot to say about the writer's life in her bracingly honest new memoir, "I Came All This Way to Meet You."
      
5 books not to miss: Revealing new memoirs from Lindsey Vonn, Carl Bernstein and Jami Attenberg
January 08, 2022
Olympic ski racer Lindsey Vonn, journalist Carl Bernstein and novelist Jami Attenberg all release revealing new memoirs this week.
      
Noah Hawley's 'Anthem' reckons with twilight's last gleaming: 'We can figure this out together'
January 07, 2022
Author and TV showrunner Noah Hawley discusses his dark, dystopian new novel "Anthem": "We can figure this out together."
      
'Harry Potter' contains 'caricature of a Jew,' but J.K. Rowling isn't antisemitic, Jon Stewart says
January 06, 2022
The goblins who run the underground Gringott's Bank are a continuation of centuries-long antisemitic tropes, says Jon Stewart.
      
Rom-com roundup: 'Weather Girl,' 'Lucky Leap Day' top January reading list
January 05, 2022
The staff of USA TODAY round up and review January's literary rom-com offerings, including "Weather Girl" and "Yinka, Where Is Your Huzband?"
      
 
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