The most well-known title by the science fiction author.
The #1 New York Times best-selling book of autobiographical short stories about sex and drinking adventures.
(3) Michigan State
The wise graduation speech perfect for graduates of all ages.
(4) St. Louis
A finalist for the 1994 National Book Award for Fiction.
(5) Oklahoma State
Winner of the RITA Award in 1992.
By the New York Times best-selling American author, most well-known for his novels about contemporary African-American life.
A finalist for both the National Book Award and the PEN/Faulkner Award.
(8) Colorado State
By the American poet who won the 1994 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1948.
This book was adapted to the 1970 movie Little Big Man.
(11) Middle Tennessee State
Gore's best-selling look at the climate crisis.
(11) St. Mary's
A poetry collection set in San Francisco, the Northern California coast and the Sierra High Country.
Winner of the 1997 Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Award and the Oregon Book Award for Best Novel.
(13) New Mexico St.
This Young Adult book explores the significant role of American Indians in our past and present society.
March's last work nominated for the 1955 National Book Award for Fiction.
A collection of Milk's writings culled from public archives, newspapers and personal collections.
A 2006 graphic novel for children.
(16) NC A&T
A biography of the well-known --- and controversial --- politician.
A fictionalized account of Louise Brooks' summer in New York when she was a teenager.
A novel of supernatural suspense inspired by a 1949 case of demonic possession and exorcism based on a story that Blatty heard about at Georgetown.
Won the 1997 Anthony Award, presented by the Mystery Writers of America.
The recipient of the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play.
Baldacci's first book is also the basis of the movie by the same name.
The first novel in the Alex Delaware series.
(7) San Diego State
Winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1981.
(8) North Carolina
A look at two public figures in the twentieth century, who brought the U.S. to global leadership.
Won both the Nebula Award and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award.
Based on material from his radio show A Prairie Home Companion.
A seven-book series of fairy tales featuring two sisters, Daphne and Sabrina.
(13) South Dakota State
The second title in the civics series that explains how the United States Senate works.
(14) Northwestern State
This novel chronicles Middleton's young life growing up in the rural Ozark mountains.
(15) Florida Gulf Coast
Poetry by Brock, a full Professor of English at Florida Gulf Coast University.
(16) Western Kentucky
Was the founder of Duncan Hines, who went to this school, baking cakes for all his classmates?
Alexie's Young Adult debut, which won the 2007 National Book Award for Young People's Literature.
(2) Ohio State
The first book in the Goosebumps book series.
(3) New Mexico
The 1975 story centers on a Vietnam veteran, who returns to find his beloved canyons and rivers threatened by industrial development.
(4) Kansas State
The activist's memoir published in 2001.
Published in 1979, Ghost Story became a national bestseller.
Oprah's Book Club Selection in 1999. Won the 2000 Boeke Prize and was nominated for the 1999 Pulitzer Prize.
(7) Notre Dame
Sparks' first --- and most-loved --- novel published in 1996.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2001.
(9) Wichita State
Wonder if the founders of Pizza Hut, who went to this school, dreamed of making pizza on the grill during their college days?
(10) Iowa State
Won the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction in 1991.
2009 winner of the VOYA Top Shelf Fiction Award and Best Children’s SIBA Book Award.
(12) Ole Miss
Grisham's second --- and best-known --- novel.
(13) La Salle
The Academy Award-winning film is based on this novel.
(13) Boise State
The true story of Lt. Col. Iceal Hambleton detailing his two-week long struggle to avoid capture by the Viet Cong.
Published in 1841, this first volume is the core of Emerson's thinking.
The latest from the American biographer and theologian.
(16) Southern U
From the Grammy Award-winning producer, songwriter, musician, record executive and American Idol judge.
A series of epistolary novels, the first volume was published in 2000.
(2) Miami (FL)
Originally published in 1960 as ROGUE MOON against the author's wishes.
The latest Wind River Reservation Novel by the author known as "Tony Hillerman's heir."
Published in 1996, this book was featured in Oprah’s Book Club in 2001.
A roundup of adventures in eating from the Food Network star.
A mammoth 1198-page novel written between 1947 and 1963.
Published in 2000 and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction.
(8) NC State
A 1985 novel set in the fictional town of Neely, North Carolina.
The 2006 novel by the noted author of science fact and fiction.
The latest in the urban fantasy Kitty Norville series.
1998 Pulitzer Prize winner and one of Time's "All-Time 100 Greatest Novels."
(12) California (Berkeley)
The second book of the Ramona series and the first to focus on Ramona Quimby as the protagonist.
Suspense drama set in contemporary Washington, D.C. that inspired the 1975 film version, Three Days of the Condor.
The first book of the Dr. Kay Scarpetta series. It received the 1991 Edgar Award for Best First Novel.
Martini's second novel introduces his series character, attorney Paul Madriani
(16) James Madison
A look at the school's namesake.
(16) LIU Brooklyn
A relationship parable about the interplay of people and profits in business.