Best Books of 2020 – Non-Fiction

Trails Regional Library staff have shared their favorites from 2020, whether they were newly published or just newly discovered in this wild year. We’ve included our reviews as well as handy links to each title in our catalog so you can check them out, too!

One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment

By: Mei Fong

Genre: Non-Fiction/Modern History

Staff Review – Jacqueline, Lexington Branch: I was shocked and saddened by the far reaching repercussions of this policy.

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The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

By: Charlie Mackesy

Genre: Comics/Self-help Book

Staff Review – Barbara, Lexington Branch: I loved the book because it is written so sweetly and fills your heart with love. It will help you steer through life’s ups and downs. The illustrations are SO beautifully done.

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A Stolen Life: A Memoir

By: Jaycee Lee Dugard

Genre: Biography/Autobiography/Memoir/True crime

Staff Review – Linda, Odessa Branch: I remember when this happened many years ago. Even though it’s a tough story to read, she’s pulling her life back together.

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