Which UCs best-selling books will be the next big thing?
On the heels of a huge, national bestseller list, UCs library book series are going to get a big boost.
That includes titles that have already been nominated for best-seller lists, and will be released next year.
“There are a lot of new titles coming out and there’s a lot more to come,” said Andrew Smith, executive editor of the UC’s Book Library.
“I’m really excited to see them out there.”
The UC’s library series, which started with books by authors like Mary Beth Kappen, is part of UC’s $25 billion commitment to make sure that students get access to books as part of their academic programs.
In addition to books, the UC also offers online courses, online reading groups and online courses for parents.
“UCs books have been part of our educational mission since 1869, when the first edition of the Library of Congress first opened,” said David W. Stokes, president of the American Library Association.
“With this new commitment to bring more books to students, it’s our duty to give them access to these books and to provide a home for their learning.”
UC’s new books will come in multiple formats and will include books from the UCs online library, as well as books from UC’s non-profit partner organizations and from other publishers.
UC’s series of best-sellers will include the best-performing titles, along with some new titles that the UC has not released yet.
UCs top-selling book series include: The Wild Bunch by Mary Beth Klein, published by Scribner Books, will be available on Nov. 1 and in paperback, hardcover and Kindle versions.
UC has been releasing the series in paperback for more than 30 years.
“Mary Beth Klein is an iconic author,” said Smith.
“We are very proud to be publishing her book in paperback.
We know how important it is for students to be able to access a wide range of books, and to read a wide variety of books in a variety of genres and languages.
The Wild bunch has been the subject of many research papers, and we are thrilled to finally be releasing it in paperback.”
The Wild Boar by Elizabeth Babbitt, published at the University of Virginia Press, is set in the 1930s and stars Mary Beth and her husband Joe as they race to find a safe place to raise a new boar.
UC recently published The Wild Horse and Other Stories, which was a National Book Award finalist for best fiction.
UC also announced the release of a new book called The Wild Boy by Laura Riddell, a best-ever short story by a nonfiction writer named Laura Riddles.
“Laura Riddles is a great storyteller, a talented author, and a great writer,” said Stokes.
“It is exciting to have her on board as the first author to work with us to bring her book to a wide audience.”
UC also released The Big Book of Things, a series of seven books from four UC partner organizations: the International Center for Books and Literacy, the International Fund for Animal Welfare, the National Library of Medicine, and the National Institutes of Health.
The books are expected to be available in 2018.
UC is also expanding its library offerings to include books by local authors and other organizations.
In 2017, the University announced that the new UC Books of the Year series will include local authors, including a memoir by a local woman named Mabel Gaddis.
The UC Libraries will also continue to publish new books by artists, authors and writers, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Angela Davis, the Pulitzer prize-winning poet Toni Morrison, and more.
“The UC Libraries is a big part of what makes UC such a great place to be a student, and our commitment to this important work has been long-standing,” said J.K. Clements, vice president of publishing at the UC.
“Our new initiative to bring new and emerging authors to our campus is a step in the right direction.”
UC Libraries are already providing more than 10,000 titles to students and families across the university.
To see the new series of books and the list of new books, visit the UC Libraries online catalog or the UC News website.