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1 A VERY STABLE GENIUS (Penguin Press, $30). By Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig. Through interviews with senior White House officials, two Washington Post reporters give a behind-the-scenes look at Donald Trump’s presidency. 2 TALKING TO STRANGERS: WHAT WE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE PEOPLE WE DON’T KNOW (Little, Brown, $30). By Malcolm Gladwell. An examination of why humans are so bad at recognizing liars and lies. 3 THE BOY, THE MOLE, THE FOX AND THE HORSE (HarperOne, $22.99). By Charlie Mackesy. A British illustrator brings fables about unlikely friendships to life. 4 EDUCATED (Random House, $28). By Tara Westover. A memoir by a woman from a survivalist family who earned a PhD at Cambridge. 5 THE BODY: A GUIDE FOR OCCUPANTS (Doubleday, $30). By Bill Bryson. A look at the human body. 6 OPEN BOOK (Dey Street, $28.99). By Jessica Simpson. The singer and reality star turned fashion mogul looks back on her career, her high-profile divorce and her life as a tabloid fixture. 7 BECOMING (Crown, $32.50). By Michelle Obama. The former first lady reflects on her upbringing and her stint in the White House. 8 WHY WE’RE POLARIZED (Avid Reader, $28). By Ezra Klein. The Vox founder tries to make sense of our current political reality. 9 NOTHING FANCY (Clarkson Potter, $32.50.) By Alison Roman. A collection of recipes designed to make entertaining as easy as possible. 10 SUCCESSFUL AGING (Dutton, $30). By Daniel J. Levitin. A new approach on how to thrive while growing older.

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