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The Weekly Top 10 Children’s Bestseller List

Better Reading Kids brings you the Top 10 bestselling children’s book list every Monday morning.

The 91-Storey Treehouse remains number 1 on the list, a place it’s held for a while. It’s no suprise that when Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton team up, a classic is born. Kids will love the newest instalment of the Treehouse series. Ages 6+.

J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban needs no description, and has appeared on the list this week again after years of fame and glory. As the third in the series, this book appears at number 2 in the list. Ages 8+

Episode 6 of the Bad Guys series has been released, and this may be the funniest one yet! When the Bad Guys start to vanish, they must face one of their biggest challenges yet. Follow the saga to find out where they’re going, and hve a laugh along the way with Aliens vs Bad Guys at Number 3. Ages 7+.

Magnus Chase returns in Rick Riordan’s Magnus Chase and the Ship of the Dead, so prepare for one of his most thrilling adventures. Now that the trickster god Loki is free, Magnus must harness the strength of magic to defeat him. Ages 9+.

Anh Do’s Weirdo #9: Spooky Weird is fifth on the list and continues the story of Weir Do, who finds out his family is moving away! Join him as he navigates his way through Halloween and his parent’s decision to move… at the same time! Ages 7+.

Right after it at Number 6 Pig the Star by Aaron Blabey, another story from the Pig the Pug picture book series. Ages 2+.

Join Zack Zombie as he embarks on one of his oddest adventures in Insides Out, the eleventh Diary of a Minecraft Zombie tale… his feelings! Ages 8+

In true Dav Pilkey style, The Adventures of Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties sees the return of George and Harold bringing back George and Harold (the co-stars of Captain Underpants) for another exciting adventure. Ages 6+.

At Number 9 on the list, the latest instalment, Tower of Dawn, of the Throne of Glass series is out now, and it remains as enthralling as ever. Follow the crew of regal and fantastical women as Sarah J. Maas continues her powerful journey.

An instant classic, Funny Kid for President remains at Number 10! The book is written by professional funny-guy Matt Stanton, and the comedian’s endearing tale is not one to be missed. Ages 7+

You can also check out the weekly top 10 bestselling fiction list and top 10 bestselling non-fiction list on Better Reading.

  1. The 91-Storey Treehouse (PB) by Andy Griffiths (Pan Macmillan)
  2. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: Illustrated Edition by J.K. Rowling (Bloomsbury)
  3. Bad Guys Episode 6: Aliens vs Bad Guys by Aaron Blabey (Scholastic)
  4. Magnus Chase and the Ship of the Dead by Rick Riordan (Puffin)
  5. Weirdo #9: Spooky Weird! by Anh Do (Scholastic)
  6. Pig the Star by Aaron Blabey (Scholastic)
  7. Diary of a Minecraft Zombie: #11 Insides Out by Zack Zombie (Scholastic)
  8. The Adventures of Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties by Dav Pilkey (Scholastic)
  9. Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas (Bloomsbury)
  10. Funny Kid for President: Funny Kid by Matt Stanton (ABC Books)

© Nielsen BookScan 2017 Week Ending 7/10/17


Comments

  1. Ali Syed

    i have bought the 39 storey tree house and am longing to go through it asap

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