February 2019 Best Selling Books at the Frog

Four Eyed Frog Books Top 20 Bestsellers February 2019

  1. Mendonoma Sightings Throughout the Year by Jeanne Jackson* & Craig Tooley*
    Far & away the Frog’s all-time best-selling book. Colorful flora & fauna arranged by season, Fun Facts for all ages. More than 2,000 copies sold.
  2. Tidelog 2019 – Northern California Edition
    The annual must-have for those who want to keep track of tides, planets and moon phases. Includes Monterey, San Francisco, and points north to Oregon.
  3. Hiker’s Hip Pocket Guide to the Mendocino Coast by Bob Lorentzen*
    Brand-new, fully-updated 4th Edition for walkers, backpackers, wheelchair riders, equestrians, picnickers, tidepoolers and other nature lovers.
  4. All That the Rain Promises and More by David Arora*
    The rain has come; the mushrooms are here! This must-have book, by local author David Arora, is the only reference book you’ll need.
  5. Indian Horse by Richard WagameseBC
    Saul Indian Horse, a self-described hard-core drunk, is told to write his life story as part of his treatment. And what a story he tells. A beautifully written novel.
  6. Tattooist of Auschwitz
    An illuminating tale of hope and courage based on interviews with a Holocaust survivor & tattooist. An unforgettable love story in the midst of atrocity.
  7. Whales: An Illustrated Celebration by Kelsey Oseid
    A charmingly illustrated collection that explores interesting and illuminating facts about whales, dolphins and porpoises. Perfect for those who love our coast.
  8. You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman AlexieBC
    His difficult mom passed away at the age of 78.  Sherman Alexie’s emotional response was to tap into his gift. He chose to write his graphic, gripping memoir.
  9. Last Ballad by Wiley CashBC
    Inspired by actual events, this moving tale of courage chronicles an ordinary woman’s struggle for dignity and her rights in a 1929 Appalachian textile mill.
  10. qh awala.li: “water running down place” by Annette White-Parks*
    Comprehensive, readable and certainly the most interesting and thorough history of our coast. A thoughtful souvenir—for you or for a special friend. Now only $10!
  11. The Sea Ranch (revised edition) by Donlyn Lyndon* and Jim Alinder*
    This revised and updated edition of the now-classic architectural monograph makes a lovely, indispensable addition to your coastal library.
  12. Ottolenghi Simple by Yotram Ottolenghi
    130 streamlined recipes packed with Middle Eastern–inspired flavors, all simple: made in 30 minutes or less, with 10 or fewer ingredients, in a single pot.
  13. Devotions by Mary Oliver
    A personal selection of Oliver’s best work in this definitive collection spanning more than five decades of her esteemed literary career.
  14. Bibliophile from Obvious State
    By word lovers for word lovers. A series inspired by an obsession with the underlined passages in our favorite books.
  15. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
    Eleanor meets Raymond, a bumbling co-worker, and lives change. After they save elderly Sammy, these three lonely friends rescue each other from lives of isolation.
  16. Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia OwensBC
    Perfect for fans of Barbara Kingsolver, here is an exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder.
  17. Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast by Christian Schwarz & Noah Siegel
    A comprehensive, user-friendly field guide for identifying the many mushrooms of the northern California coast, from Monterey County to the Oregon border.
  18. Pop-Up Peekaboo! I Love You from DK
    One of several outstanding, sturdy, beautiful and fascinating pop-up books for the youngsters in your family from DK.
  19. The Wall of Birds by Jane Kim and Thayer Walker
    A celebration of birds' remarkable 375-million-year diversity and evolution. A visual feast, essential for bird enthusiasts, naturalists, and art lovers alike.
  20. Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff
    inspired by true events, Jenoff spins a riveting tale of courage, sisterhood and the great strength of women to survive in the hardest of circumstances.