2019 List of Suggested Titles

Each winter, the public submits suggestions for next year’s One Read book. In January, a panel of community members reviews the suggestions, narrowing that list down to 10 titles, and then chooses two or three books to present for a public vote.

Final 10 Selections

Do Not Sell at Any Price
Amanda Petrusich

The Far Away Brothers: Two Young Migrants and the Making of An American Life
Lauren Markham

The House of Broken Angels
Luis Alberto Urrea

Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-first Century” (Winner)
Jessica Bruder

Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Explain Everything About the World
Tim Marshall

Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More
Janet Mock

Sing, Unburied, Sing
Jesmyn Ward

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes And Other Lessons From the Crematory
Caitlin Doughty

Sourdough, or Lois and Her Adventures in the Underground Market” (Runner-up)
Robin Sloan

Warlight
Michael Ondaatje

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2018 List of Suggested Titles

Each winter, the public submits suggestions for next year’s One Read book. In January, a panel of community members reviews the suggestions, narrowing that list down to 10 titles, and then chooses two or three books to present for a public vote.

Final 10 Selections

Behold the Dreamers
Imbolo Mbue

Being Mortal
Atul Gawande

Days Without End
Sebastian Barry

Furiously Happy
Jenny Lawson

Killers of the Flower Moon (Winner)
David Grann

The New Jim Crow
Michelle Alexander

News of the World (Runner-up)
Paulette Jiles

The Underground Railroad
Colson Whitehead

The Unsettlers
Mark Sundeen

The Wanderers
Meg Howrey

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2017 List of Suggested Titles

Each winter, the public submits suggestions for next year’s One Read book. In January, a panel of community members reviews the suggestions, narrowing that list down to 10 titles, and then chooses two or three books to present for a public vote.

Final 10 Selections

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2016 List of Suggested Titles

Each winter, the public submits suggestions for next year’s One Read book. In January, a panel of community members reviews the suggestions, narrowing that list down to 10 titles, and then chooses two or three books to present for a public vote.

Final 10 Selections

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2015 List of Suggested Titles

Each winter, the public submits suggestions for next year’s One Read book. In January, a panel of community members reviews the suggestions, narrowing that list down to 10 titles, and then chooses two or three books to present for a public vote.

 

Final 10 Selections

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