The third instalment in Yotam Ottolenghi’s multi-award-winning PLENTY series, “Flavour” is top seller this month with 2,590 sales. “The Survivors” by Jane Harper comes fairly close behind with 2,155 sales.
“The Happiest Man on Earth” drops from first to third with 1617 sales (-31).
A new title to the list, “The Happiest Man on Earth” took the no.1 spot this month with 1586 sales.
“The Yield” moved up two positions to take 2nd place with 1428 sales (-202).
Third position went to “Midnight Sun” Stephanie Meyer’s new release.
David Walliams’ new title, ‘The World’s Worst Parents’ takes the top spot this month with 1,867 sales.
This is followed closely by the hardback copy of ‘A Room Made of Leaves’ which sold 1,771 copies.
‘Phosphorescence: On Awe, Wonder and Things That Sustain You When the World Goes Dark’ dropped two places to third, selling 1,737 copies (-195).
No change to our two top titles this month. ‘Phosphorescence: On Awe, Wonder and Things That Sustain You When the World Goes Dark’ sold 1932 copies (-302).
‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ sold 1091 copies (-260).
‘Dark Emu: Aboriginal Australia and the Birth of Agriculture’ rose from #13 to #3 with 1089 sales this month (+587).
‘A Bigger Picture (Malcolm Turnbull, HB)’ was #1 in April with 1762 units sold.
‘Phosphorescence: On Awe, Wonder and Things That Sustain You When the World Goes Dark’ was #2 with 1243 sales.
‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ dropped down one spot to #3 with 1077 sales (- 127)
As a small aside the combined sales of the six ‘Bluey’ titles in the top 50 are greater than Malcolm Turnbull’s ‘A Bigger Picture’.
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No change to our top two titles this month, ‘Dark Emu: Aboriginal Australia and the Birth of Agriculture’ sold 1,088 copies in February (-149) and ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ sold 1,043 (-29).
‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse’ moved up from 11th to third spot with 749 (+ 314) sales.
January sees a typical dip in sales figures compared to December. ‘Dark Emu: Aboriginal Australia and the Birth of Agriculture’ held top position for January with 1,237 (-1,716) sales.
‘Dark Emu: Aboriginal Australia and the Birth of Agriculture’ took the top spot for December with 2,593 (+1466) sales.
Books for younger readers continued to feature for the holiday season with ‘Bluey: The Beach (A Lift-the-Flap Book)’ coming in second with 2,189 (+247) and ‘The Beast of Buckingham Palace’ third with 2,072 sales (+1551). Many popular titles like, ‘Ottolenghi: Simple’ and Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’ returned to the list.
Books for younger readers featured prominently this month with ‘Bluey’ titles taking the top three; ‘Bluey: The Beach (A Lift-the-Flap Book)’ 1942; ‘Bluey: Time to Play! Sticker Activity Book’ 1552 and ‘Bluey: Fruit Bat (A Glow-in-the-Dark Book)’ with 1443 sales.