A look at the top 10 textbooks published by U.S. publishers in the year 2020.
The table includes all books published in 2020, from the first to the last year of publication.
It includes both free and paid editions, as well as ebooks.
A total of 571 titles were listed, with titles published between Jan. 1, 2020, and Dec. 31, 2020.
It is also possible to add new books by adding a “book” attribute.
The best-selling titles are the top three in each of those categories, according to the publisher’s website.
U.K. publisher Macmillan also publishes U.N. General Assembly, but the top titles are from 2019, according a spokesperson.
The top 10 are: U.R.S., “The International Review of Geology and Earth Sciences: The Physical, Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Basis” by John A. Breslow; “Geology and the Earth” by Michael M. Sayers; and “Global Change and Climate: Physical, Environmental, and Scientific Basis,” by Mark W. Risbey.
The New York Times is a favorite among meteorologists because of its popular book series, including “The Weather” and “The New Yorker.”
The top ten are: “Forecast: The Science of the Forecast” by Daniel W. Fenton and David M. Williams; “The Science of Climate Change” by Stephen J. Meyer; “Climate Change and the Environment” by James W. Cox; and, “How the World Changes: The Evolution of the Anthropocene” by Paul D. Piff.
“The Atlantic” by Neil deGrasse Tyson is a bestseller, and is published by Simon & Schuster.
“American Meteorological Society” is a top-selling title, according the website of the American Meteorological Association.
“New York Times Book Review” is the best-sellers title.
“Time” by David McCullough is also a best seller.
The 10 best-seller books are listed in descending order by total number of copies sold, which was calculated by a combination of Nielsen BookScan and Amazon’s Alexa data.