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NPR Books Watch — 1/1-1/7

Happy Friday.

Anyone who emails me the imprints of all the books listed (or houses if no imprint is available) will win the NPR Books Grid for the prior week that includes, in addition to the information below, interviewer, pub date, imprint, genre, post-interview Amazon ranking, pre-interview ranking (if the book was mentioned on Shelf Awareness and I was able to look up the number before the interview), and interview hyperlink. Happy New Year to everyone!

* indicates the interview is a rebroadcast.

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TOTAL book stories for the past week: 22 (27 last week)

All Things Considered: 6 (7 LW)

Diane Rehm: 3 (4 LW)

Fresh Air: 1 (3 LW)

Morning Edition: 3 (5 LW)

NPR.org: 5 (1 LW)

Talk of the Nation: 4 (4 LW)

Tell Me More: 0 (1 LW)

Weekend Edition Saturday: 0 (1 LW)

Weekend Edition Sunday: 0 (1 LW)

All Things Considered Man Who Loved Books Too Much, The Allison Hoover  Bartlett
All Things Considered Notes from the Cracked Ceiling Anne  Kornblut
All Things Considered Remarkable Creatures Tracy Chevalier
All Things Considered Water Steven Solomon
All Things Considered Nothing to Envy Barbara Demick
All Things Considered Lives of the Trees Diana Wells
Diane Rehm China’s Megatrends John and Doris Naisbitt
Diane Rehm Committed Elizabeth Gilbert
Diane Rehm Checklist Manifesto, The Atul Gawande
Fresh Air Stop Getting Ripped Off Bob Sullivan
Morning Edition Year of the Flood, The Margaret Atwood
Morning Edition Case for God Karen Armstrong
Morning Edition Checklist Manifesto, The Atul Gawande
NPR.org Committed Elizabeth Gilbert
NPR.org What We’re Reading, Jan. 6-12, 2010    
NPR.org 2009: The Graphic Novels That, Um … Grabbed?    
NPR.org Blio: Maybe the Future of Books?    
NPR.org ALEC Eddie Campbell
Talk of the Nation Priceless William  Poundstone
Talk of the Nation Department of Mad Scientists Michael  Belfiore
Talk of the Nation Drive Daniel Pink
Talk of the Nation Diabetes Rising Dan Hurley

January 8, 2010 - Posted by | NPR Books Watch | , , , , ,

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