Hardcover fiction

1. “Kingdom of the Blind,” Louise Penny

2. “Unsheltered,” Barbara Kingsolver

3. “The Overstory,” Richard Powers

4. “There There,” Tommy Orange

5. “Fire & Blood,” George R.R. Martin

Hardcover nonfiction

1. “Becoming,” Michelle Obama

2. “Educated,” Tara Westover

3. “Almost Everything,” Anne Lamott

4. “The Library Book,” Susan Orlean

5. “Whose Boat Is This Boat?,” The staff of “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert

Paperback fiction

1. “Hope Never Dies,” Andrew Shaffer

2. “Less,” Andrew Sean Greer

3. “Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine,” Gail Honeyman

4. “Milkman,” Anna Burns

5. “Pachinko,” Min Jin Lee

Paperback nonfiction

1. “Sapiens,” Yuval Noah Harari

2. “Killers of the Flower Moon,” David Grann

3. “ White Fragility,” Robin DiAngelo

4. “Code Girls,” Liza Mundy

5. “A Deadly Wind: The 1962 Columbus Day Storm,” John Dodge

Early and middle readers

1. “The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefs,” America’s Test Kitchen Kids

2. “Genius LEGO Inventions with Bricks You Already

Have,” Sarah Dees

3. “A Wrinkle in Time,” Madeleine L’Engle

4. “An Anthology of Intriguing Animals,” DK Children

5. “The Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid,” Dylan Thuras and Rosemary Mosco, illustrated by Joy Ang

Young adult

1. “Bridge of Clay,” Markus Zusak

2. “Dear Evan Hansen,” Val Emmich, et al.

3. “Children of Blood and Bone,” Tomi Adeyemi

4. “The Hate U Give,” Angie Thomas

5. “Turtles All the Way Down,” John Green

From the Pacific Northwest Independent Bestseller List for Dec. 9, 2018