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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.

Still going strong at Number 1, Really Weird!the eighth in the WeirDo series by Anh Do, continues the adventures of Weir Do, and this time, Grandma Do’s come to stay! Ages 6+.

For all lovers of the Treehouse series by Andy and Jill Griffiths, the new activity book The Treehouse Fun Book 2 is out and at number 2! Packed full of fun activities for the kids to try, this new book is a hit. Ages 5+.

With Easter just gone by, it’s no wonder Number 3 is an Easter adventure for one of our favourite characters. Peppa Pig: Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt from Penguin will get your little ones searching for those eggs this coming Easter weekend. Ages 2+.

Number 4 this week is Frankie Fish and the Sonic Suitcase, by well-known Australian comedian Peter Helliar. Frankie Fish hates visiting his grandparents, but when he finds his Granddad’s homemade TIME MACHINE, the visit gets a lot more interesting. Ages 8+.

Creeping up the charts to Number 5 is the newest adventure from Zack Zombie, beloved Minecraft zombie hero! There’s just a few weeks left til Summer Break, and Zack’s going stir crazy… Ages 8+.

Number 6 is the new memoir from teen dance prodigy and star of television Maddie Ziegler, The Maddie Diaries. An uplifting memoir about chasing your dreams and working hard, we recommend this inspirational book for ages 12+.

We’re just coming down from all the Easter hype, so at Number 7, The Easter Bunny Comes To Australia, shows just what’s in store for little ones over the Easter weekend… Ages 2+.

With a whole new cover, Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them by the beloved J.K. Rowling is at Number 8 this week. With six new beasts and designed as if it were a part of Hogwarts’ library, Fantastic Beasts is still a fabulous addition to the Harry Potter world. Ages 6+.

Still on the charts this week at Number 9 is Double Down, the eleventh book in the ‘Diary of A Wimpy Kid’ series by Jeff Kinney. The much loved Diary of a Wimpy Kid series brings Greg on a whole new Halloween adventure… Ages 8-12.

Back on the charts at Number 10 is I’m Australian Too by beloved author-illustrator Mem Fox. A delightful picture book about the multicultural paradise that is Australia, kids will be excited to see all the different aspects of Australia! Ages 2+.

Click on the titles or cover images below for more information about each book.

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

  1. Really Weird!: WeirDo by Anh Do
  2. The Treehouse Fun Book 2 by Andy Griffiths and Jill Griffiths
  3. Peppa Pig: Peppa’s Easter Egg Hunt by Penguin
  4. Frankie Fish and the Sonic Suitcase by Peter Helliar
  5. School Daze: Diary of a Minecraft Zombie by Zack Zombie
  6. The Maddie Diaries by Maddie Ziegler
  7. The Easter Bunny Comes To Australia by Lake Press
  8. Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them: Hogwarts’ Library Book by J.K. Rowling
  9. Double Down (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #11) by Jeff Kinney
  10. I’m Australian Too by Mem Fox

© Nielsen BookScan 2017 Week Ending 8/04/17


Comments

  1. Ali Syed

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

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