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Our top ten best-selling books this week, 13 July edition

For lack of a better pun, Mark Webber has raced into top spot this week after his Australian tour got off to an excellent start. 

The feedback we've been hearing about the tour so far has been exceptional, and it sounds like massive crowds haven't dampened the exciting atmosphere at Mark's events. Let us know if you'll be seeing him over the next week.





Our top ten best-selling books for the week ending Saturday 11 July were:

1.     Aussie Grit by Mark Webber
2.     Mindfulness Colouring Book by Emma Farrarons
3.     Grey by E.L. James
4.     The Little Book of Calm Colouring by David Sinden & Victoria Kay
5.     Enchanted Forest by Johanna Basford
6.     The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
7.     Colour Yourself Calm by Tiddy Rowan
8.     Paper Towns FTI by John Green
9.     To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
10.   The English Spy by Daniel Silva

After our raving last week regarding the colouring craze not slowing down, we've been forced to eat our words this week as the number of colouring books in our top ten has dropped from six to four. 

Welcome back into our top ten, John Green. We suspect that people are voraciously reading Paper Towns in anticipation of the film's release on Thursday. If you haven't seen the trailer yet, we recommend you check it out.

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Posted by Global Administrator on 13/07/2015