Our children’s & YA top 10 bestsellers of the week

  1. Slime by David Walliams & Tony Ross
  2. Aurora Burning (The Aurora Cycle, Book 2) by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
  3. Bluey: Time to Play!
  4. Landing with Wings by Trace Balla
  5. Eddie Woo’s Magical Maths by Eddie Woo
  6. I Can Be Anything by Shinsuke Yoshitake
  7. Bluey: Bob Bilby
  8. Sherlock Bones and the Natural History Mystery by Renée Treml
  9. E-Boy (E-Boy, Book 1) by Anh Do & Chris Wahl
  10. What Do You Call a Baby…? by Kamsani Bin Salleh

The latest book from the much-loved David Walliams tops our list of last week’s bestselling books for young people. Featuring illustrations from Tony Ross, Slime is the story of an extraordinary boy with an extraordinary power: slimepower.

Other bestselling children’s books from last week include an offbeat mystery from Renée Treml and a highly anticipated new work from Readings favourite Trace Balla – both for ages 7+. Two excellent new picture books also appear here: Shinsuke Yoshitake’s imaginative and endearing I Can Be Anything, and Kamsani Bin Salleh’s tender and informative What Do You Call a Baby…?.

Finally, this coming Wednesday, we’re excited to be hosting the online launch of the long-awaited new book from Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, Aurora Burning, which appears on this list thanks to pre-orders. Part two in the very fun, action-packed Aurora Cycle, Aurora Burning sees our heroes return to save the day! Well, kind of… We only have a limited number of signed copies left of this title, so make sure you pre-order your copy today to secure one.

Slime

Slime

David Walliams, Tony Ross

$19.99Buy now

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