What's Old Is Jung Again: One of the pioneers of modern psychology and dream analysis, psychiatrist Carl Jung (1875-1961) is enjoying a renaissance of sorts among readers who want to curl up on the couch with him. The facsimile edition of The Red Book--Jung's illustrated chronicle of his own dreams from 1914 to 1930--has been flying off the shelves of booksellers this holiday season. [The New York Times]
J.K. Rowling Dominates the Decade: At least in book sales, that is. Rowling takes the top spot as the bestselling author of the decade with over 29,000,000 copies of her Harry Potter series sold. [The Guardian]
Moving & Shaking: This morning's rebroadcast of a Diane Rehm Show interview with Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton sends the mother and daughter duo's new book, Julie Andrews' Collection of Poems, Songs, and Lullabies soaring to the top of our Movers & Shakers list.
Our Omni editors wish you a wonderful holiday, and hope that you'll give, receive, and devour a good book over the long weekend. We'll see you back here on Monday, December 28.