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

  1. Somebody’s Land by Adam Goodes, Ellie Laing & David Hardy

  2. The 143-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton

  3. Plume: World Explorer by Tania McCartney

  4. Wandi by Favel Parrett

  5. First Scientists by Corey Tutt

  6. Big Shot: Diary of a Wimpy Kid 16 by Jeff Kinney

  7. Bluey: Christmas Swim by Bluey

  8. The Story of Australia by Don Watson

  9. Pony by R.J. Palacio

  10. Daughter of the Deep by Rick Riordan

In another busy week in the shops and online, the new picture book by Adam Goodes has taken the top spot by a large margin. This is a gorgeous First Nations read-aloud for ages 2 and up.

The latest installment in the Treehouse series is still selling strongly, with the latest Wimpy Kid also performing well. This month’s Book of the Month, a delightful picture book about a curious penguin has also captured many people’s hearts.

It’s nice to see Don Watson’s history of Australia for children (and adults) making a reappearance on the list. This is a very accessible history book, in a handsome hardback with pictures, which is a great introduction to Australia’s past for young and old.

Somebody's Land

Somebody’s Land

Adam Goodes, Ellie Laing, David Hardy

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