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

  1. The World’s Worst Teachers by David Walliams
  2. Pig the Tourist by Aaron Blabey
  3. Young Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe
  4. The Search for the Silver Witch (Polly and Buster, Book 3) by Sally Rippin
  5. The Peacock Detectives by Carly Nugent
  6. Real Pigeons Fight Crime by Andrew McDonald and Ben Wood
  7. Explorer by Katherine Rundell
  8. Real Pigeons Eat Danger by Andrew McDonald and Ben Wood
  9. Real Pigeons Nest Hard by Andrew McDonald and Ben Wood
  10. One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

For those readers with young David Walliams fans (and let’s be fair, some grown-up ones too) in their families, rejoice. The bestselling comedy-writing Brit has a new book out – The World’s Worst Teachers; a dreadfully dreadful collection of the most gruesome grown-ups ever. Think your teachers are bad? Wait until you meet this lot.

Fans of the Pig the Pug series will also be happy, Aaron Blabey has a new one out – Pig the Tourist – currently sitting in the number two position for our bestsellers of the last week. In Pig the Tourist, the world’s greediest pug has gone on holiday, and he causes absolute chaos wherever he goes. We’ve also seen in the list of last week’s bestsellers that a good chuckle never goes astray – congratulations to Andrew McDonald and Ben Wood, who have a whopper THREE books in the top 10.

And finally, lovers of Explorer by Katherine Rundell (number seven on the bestseller list) will be happy – the beloved author has a new, highly anticipated book coming out this week. In her fifth novel, The Good Thieves, a group of children will do anything to right a wrong. It’s a heist such as you’ve never seen before.

The World's Worst Teachers

The World’s Worst Teachers

David Walliams, Tony Ross

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