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Monday, July 15, 2019

Hot This Week: July 15

Two new movies make the list this week, with the top spot being help by a new action flick starring Sylvester Stallone alongside 50 Cent and Dave Bautista. Chris Brown and rock duo the Black Keys land new albums on the music chart. Riley Sager and Chandler Baker's new novels are new on the fiction list, while a story of heroism in Afghanistan is the only newcomer in non-fiction.

Movies 
  1. Escape Plan: The Extractors (Blu-ray)
  2. Dumbo (Blu-ray | 4K)
  3. Captain Marvel (Blu-ray | 4K)
  4. Us (Blu-ray | 4K)
  5. The Best of Enemies (Blu-ray)
  6. Wonder Park (Blu-ray)
  7. The Poison Rose (Blu-ray)
  8. The Upside (Blu-ray)
  9. Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (Blu-ray)
  10. Five Feet Apart (Blu-ray)
CD
  1. Chris Brown, Indigo
  2. Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
  3. The Black Keys, Let's Rock
  4. Khalid, Free Spirit
  5. Lizzo, Cuz I Love You
  6. Jonas Brothers, Happiness Begins
  7. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Soundtrack
  8. Luke Combs, This One's for You
  9. Ariana Grande, Thank U, Next
  10. Drake, Scorpion
Fiction
  1. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens
  2. Summer of '69, Elin Hilderbrand
  3. Backlash, Brad Thor
  4. City of Girls, Elizabeth Gilbert
  5. Lost and Found, Danielle Steel
  6. Mrs. Everything, Jennifer Weiner
  7. Unsolved, James Patterson and David Ellis
  8. Lock Every Door, Riley Sager
  9. Tom Clancy: Enemy Contact, Mike Maden
  10. Whisper Network, Chandler Baker
Non-Fiction 
  1. Educated, Tara Westover
  2. The Pioneers, David McCullough
  3. Unfreedom of the Press, Mark R. Levin
  4. Becoming, Michelle Obama
  5. The British Are Coming, Rick Atkinson
  6. The Man Who Sold America, Joy-Ann Reid
  7. The Moment of Lift, Melinda Gates
  8. The Second Mountain, David Brooks
  9. Shortest Way Home, Pete Buttigieg
  10. Alone at Dawn, Dan Schilling and Lori Chapman Longfritz

Monday, July 8, 2019

Hot This Week: July 8

We hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday weekend! We charge into the height of summer with two new movies, including Dumbo, Disney's latest live-action version of one of its animated classics. Rockers the Raconteurs top the music chart with their new album release. In fiction, new novels from Brad Thor, Danielle Steel, and Kate Atkinson make for great summer reading, and in non-fiction, a political examination from MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid joins the list.

Movies 
  1. Captain Marvel (Blu-ray | 4K)
  2. Us (Blu-ray | 4K)
  3. The Poison Rose (Blu-ray)
  4. Wonder Park (Blu-ray)
  5. Dumbo (Blu-ray | 4K)
  6. The Upside (Blu-ray)
  7. Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (Blu-ray)
  8. Five Feet Apart (Blu-ray)
  9. Isn't It Romantic (Blu-ray)
  10. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Blu-ray | 4K)
CD
  1. The Raconteurs, Help Us Stranger
  2. Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
  3. Jonas Brothers, Happiness Begins
  4. Khalid, Free Spirit
  5. Lizzo, Cuz I Love You
  6. Ariana Grande, Thank U, Next
  7. Luke Combs, This One's for You
  8. Drake, Scorpion
  9. Post Malone, Beerbongs & Bentleys
  10. DJ Khaled, Father of Asahd
Fiction
  1. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens
  2. Backlash, Brad Thor
  3. Summer of '69, Elin Hilderbrand
  4. Lost and Found, Danielle Steel
  5. City of Girls, Elizabeth Gilbert
  6. Unsolved, James Patterson and David Ellis
  7. Mrs. Everything, Jennifer Weiner
  8. Big Sky, Kate Atkinson
  9. Tom Clancy: Enemy Contact, Mike Maden
  10. The Oracle, Clive Cussler and Robin Burcell
Non-Fiction 
  1. Educated, Tara Westover
  2. The Pioneers, David McCullough
  3. Becoming, Michelle Obama
  4. Unfreedom of the Press, Mark R. Levin
  5. The Moment of Lift, Melinda Gates
  6. The Man Who Sold America, Joy-Ann Reid
  7. Sea Stories, William H. McRaven
  8. The British Are Coming, Rick Atkinson
  9. The Second Mountain, David Brooks
  10. Siege, Michael Wolff

Monday, July 1, 2019

Hot This Week: July 1

We kick off the month of July with four new movies, with the horror movie Us and the animated flick Wonder Park leading the way just behind the Captain Marvel juggernaut. The music chart is topped by new tunes from iconic performers Madonna and Bruce Springsteen. In fiction, bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand's new novel debuts at #1, while the non-fiction list remains largely the same.

Movies 
  1. Captain Marvel (Blu-ray | 4K)
  2. Us (Blu-ray | 4K)
  3. Wonder Park (Blu-ray)
  4. Five Feet Apart (Blu-ray)
  5. The Upside (Blu-ray)
  6. Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (Blu-ray)
  7. Hotel Mumbai (Blu-ray)
  8. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Blu-ray | 4K)
  9. Isn't It Romantic (Blu-ray)
  10. The Beach Bum (Blu-ray)
CD
  1. Madonna, Madame X
  2. Bruce Springsteen, Western Stars
  3. Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
  4. Jonas Brothers, Happiness Begins
  5. Bastille, Doom Days
  6. Khalid, Free Spirit
  7. Lizzo, Cuz I Love You
  8. Ariana Grande, Thank U, Next
  9. Drake, Scorpion
  10. Elton John, Diamonds
Fiction
  1. Summer of '69, Elin Hilderbrand
  2. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens
  3. City of Girls, Elizabeth Gilbert
  4. Unsolved, James Patterson and David Ellis
  5. Mrs. Everything, Jennifer Weiner
  6. Tom Clancy: Enemy Contact, Mike Maden
  7. The Oracle, Clive Cussler and Robin Burcell
  8. Queen Bee, Dorothea Benton Frank
  9. Redemption, David Baldacci
  10. The Silent Patient, Alex Michaelides
Non-Fiction
  1. Unfreedom of the Press, Mark R. Levin
  2. Educated, Tara Westover
  3. The Pioneers, David McCullough
  4. Becoming, Michelle Obama
  5. Sea Stories, William H. McRaven
  6. The Moment of Lift, Melinda Gates
  7. The British Are Coming, Rick Atkinson
  8. The Second Mountain, David Brooks
  9. Siege, Michael Wolff
  10. The Conservative Sensibility, George F. Will

Monday, June 24, 2019

Hot This Week: June 24

We hope you and your patrons like new titles, because there are a whole slew of them on the docket this week. The superhero blockbuster Captain Marvel leads three new movies on the list. Likewise, the first new music from the Jonas Brothers in ten years tops three new albums on this week's chart. Five of the fiction titles are new this week, with bestselling author Jennifer Weiner's new novel leading the way at #3. In non-fiction, two new titles include a book from CNN anchor Jim Acosta.

Movies 
  1. Captain Marvel (Blu-ray | 4K)
  2. Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (Blu-ray)
  3. Five Feet Apart (Blu-ray)
  4. The Upside (Blu-ray)
  5. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Blu-ray | 4K)
  6. Isn't It Romantic (Blu-ray)
  7. Cold Pursuit (Blu-ray | 4K)
  8. Captive State (Blu-ray)
  9. Drunk Parents
  10. Fighting with My Family (Blu-ray)
CD
  1. Jonas Brothers, Happiness Begins
  2. Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
  3. Santana, Africa Speaks
  4. Khalid, Free Spirit
  5. DJ Khaled, Father of Asahd
  6. Elton John, Diamonds
  7. Avicii, Tim
  8. Ariana Grande, Thank U, Next
  9. Luke Combs, This One's for You
  10. Lizzo, Cuz I Love You
Fiction
  1. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens
  2. Unsolved, James Patterson and David Ellis
  3. Mrs. Everything, Jennifer Weiner
  4. City of Girls, Elizabeth Gilbert
  5. Tom Clancy: Enemy Contact, Mike Maden
  6. The Oracle, Clive Cussler and Robin Burcell
  7. Recursion, Blake Crouch
  8. Redemption, David Baldacci
  9. The Summer Guests, Mary Alice Monroe
  10. Queen Bee, Dorothea Benton Frank
Non-Fiction
  1. Unfreedom of the Press, Mark R. Levin
  2. The Pioneers, David McCullough
  3. Educated, Tara Westover
  4. Becoming, Michelle Obama
  5. Sea Stories, William H. McRaven
  6. Siege, Michael Wolff
  7. The British Are Coming, Rick Atkinson
  8. The Enemy of the People, Jim Acosta
  9. The Moment of Lift, Melinda Gates
  10. Every Man a Hero, Ray Lambert and Jim DeFelice

Monday, June 17, 2019

Hot This Week: June 17

There are two new movies your patrons will be clamoring for this week, led by the final outing of Tyler Perry's beloved Madea. Thomas Rhett lands a new album at the top of the music chart, while Rocketman brings Elton John's latest compilation into the spotlight as well. Fully half of the fiction list is made up of new novels, while three new books make their way onto the non-fiction list.

Movies 
  1. Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (Blu-ray)
  2. The Upside (Blu-ray)
  3. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Blu-ray | 4K)
  4. Isn't It Romantic (Blu-ray)
  5. Drunk Parents
  6. Cold Pursuit (Blu-ray | 4K)
  7. The Kid (Blu-ray)
  8. Fighting with My Family (Blu-ray)
  9. Aquaman (Blu-ray | 4K)
  10. The Mule (Blu-ray | 4K)
CD
  1. Thomas Rhett, Center Point Road
  2. Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
  3. DJ Khaled, Father of Asahd
  4. Khalid, Free Spirit
  5. Elton John, Diamonds
  6. Aladdin Soundtrack
  7. Ariana Grande, Thank U, Next
  8. Lizzo, Cuz I Love You
  9. Luke Combs, This One's for You
  10. Post Malone, Beerbongs & Bentleys
Fiction
  1. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens
  2. City of Girls, Elizabeth Gilbert
  3. Unsolved, James Patterson and David Ellis
  4. Fall, Neal Stephenson
  5. Queen Bee, Dorothea Benton Frank
  6. The Guest Book, Sarah Blake
  7. Redemption, David Baldacci
  8. Skin Game, Stuart Woods and Parnell Hall
  9. Sunset Beach, Mary Kay Andrews
  10. Searching for Sylvie Lee, Jean Kwok
Non-Fiction
  1. Unfreedom of the Press, Mark R. Levin
  2. The Pioneers, David McCullough
  3. Educated, Tara Westover
  4. Siege, Michael Wolff
  5. Becoming, Michelle Obama
  6. Sea Stories, William H. McRaven
  7. The Moment of Lift, Melinda Gates
  8. The British Are Coming, Rick Atkinson
  9. Naturally Tan, Tan France
  10. The Conservative Sensibility, George F. Will