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

  1. How to Write the Soundtrack to Your Life by Fiona Hardy
  2. Bluey: My Dad is Awesome
  3. The Girl, the Cat & the Navigator by Matilda Woods
  4. The Heart of the Bubble by Trace Balla
  5. Young Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe
  6. Found by Bruce Pascoe & Charmaine Ledden-Lewis
  7. Marshmallow Pie: The Cat Superstar (Book 1) by Clara Vulliamy
  8. Across the Risen Sea by Bren MacDibble
  9. Wild About Dads by Philip Bunting
  10. Welcome To Country (Board book edition) by Lisa Kennedy & Aunty Joy Murphy

We’ve got an eclectic and wonderful array of books in our kids & YA bestsellers this week. Fiona Hardy’s second middle grade novel, How to Write the Soundtrack to Your Life, has soared into first place in its first week of publication. Be sure to pick up a copy of this funny and moving music-themed mystery, and don’t forget to enter our amazing competition.

Other books for the 9-12 year old set on our bestsellers include the winner of the Readings Children’s Book Prize, an action-packed climate-themed adventure and an unmissable work of Australian history. Younger readers aged 5-8 years will love the sweet and funny adventures of Marshmallow Marmaduke Vanilla-Bean Sugar-Pie Fluffington- Fitz-Noodle, and can enjoy Trace Balla’s new lockdown-themed graphic novel together with older siblings.

When it comes to picture books, it seems like we’re all craving a bit of nature and landscape, with Bruce Pascoe’s new picture book about a cow searching for its family and Lisa Kennedy & Aunty Joy Murphy’s wonderful introduction to the lands of the Wurundjeri people proving popular. Families have been planning ahead for Father’s Day too, with Bluey: My Dad is Awesome and Wild About Dads proving very popular. You can find more picture books for Father’s Day here.

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How to Write the Soundtrack to Your Life

How to Write the Soundtrack to Your Life

Fiona Hardy

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