Skipped children's books. (Oh my gosh, how many Mo Willems books have I read? Dr. Seuss? William Steig? I've got a huge number of children's books completely memorized I've read them so many times...Wanna hear me recite How the Grinch Stole Christmas? No, I had to skip children's book authors.)
Skipped fiction. (Good grief, I've read so many Alexander McCall Smith books that I've lost count. How many Sue Grafton books are there, anyway? I think she's up to X, which makes...oh, twenty-something. Lots of fiction I read is like a donut...tasty while you are reading it, but, really, what do you take away from a donut?)
So, today I decided to focus on authors who write nonfiction that I've read the most. See what you think about these folks....
Anne Fadiman (4)
Atul Gawande (3)
Malcolm Gladwell (4)
Tony Horwitz (5)
Maira Kalman (5)
Tracy Kidder (5)
Barbara Kingsolver (4)
Erik Larson (4)
Anna Quindlen (4)
Anne Lamott (9)
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