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

  1. Grime and Punishment (The Adventures of Dog Man, Book 9) by Dav Pilkey
  2. Ghost Bird by Lisa Fuller
  3. How to Write the Soundtrack to Your Life by Fiona Hardy
  4. Sherlock Bones and the Sea-Creature Feature by Renée Treml
  5. Welcome To Country (Board book edition) by Lisa Kennedy & Aunty Joy Murphy
  6. None Shall Sleep by Ellie Marney
  7. The Other Side of the Sky by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner
  8. The Wolves of Greycoat Hall by Lucinda Gifford
  9. Howl by Kat Patrick & Evie Barrow
  10. Marshmallow Pie: The Cat Superstar (Book 1) by Clara Vulliamy

It’s the middle of the month but we’re still getting to all the fabulous September new releases in kids and YA books. If there are some “big feelings” in your house at the moment, the gorgeous and empathetic picture book Howl might help kids and adults alike feel a bit better better.

Readers aged 9 - 12 years are loving Fiona Hardy’s second book, How to Write the Soundtrack to Your Life, a funny and moving mystery about music and friendship. Lovers of illustrated fiction and graphic novels have plenty to choose from this month: a new Dog Man episode, a tale of a lazy and very lovable cat, a wolfish Scottish odyssey and the second Sherlock Bones book.

And last but not least, teens and YA fans are getting stuck into Ellie Marney’s chilling FBI thriller None Shall Sleep, which received a rave review from our staff member Joe, the new and otherworldly fantasy novel by beloved authors Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner, The Other Side of the Sky, and the illustrious winner of the 2020 Readings Young Adult Book Prize, Ghost Bird by Lisa Fuller.

Grime and Punishment  (The Adventures of Dog Man, Book 9)

Grime and Punishment (The Adventures of Dog Man, Book 9)

Dav Pilkey

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