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Bad case of the Monday blahs? We’ve got your antidote

As a cure for the Monday blues, we’ll present you with The New York Times bestseller list at the beginning of each week. We hope this small gesture makes your Mondays even a smidge brighter. Starting next week we will feature the actual books as they are listed on the NYT website as well as a list of the designers of the covers—in case you buy your books the way we do—based on the designers.

Bonus: Here’s The New York Times review of The Help by Kathryn Stockett, which tops this week’s list for hardcover fiction (again).

Double bonus: Looks like that book will also be made into a movie.


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