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

  1. The World’s Worst Children 2 by David Walliams and Tony Ross
  2. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo
  3. The Wayward Witch and the Feelings Monster (Polly and Buster Book 1) by Sally Rippin
  4. A Most Magical Girl by Karen Foxlee
  5. How to Bee by Bren MacDibble
  6. Family, Friends and Furry Creatures (Tom Gates Book 12) by Liz Pichon
  7. Resurrection (Skulduggery Pleasant Book 10) by Derek Landy
  8. My Life as a Hashtag by Gabrielle Williams
  9. Boone Shepard by Gabriel Bergmoser
  10. The Bone Sparrow by Zana Fraillon

This week’s list of bestselling children’s and YA books includes three brilliant Australian novels for teens. My Life as a Hashtag is a funny, heartfelt novel about life in the digital age. Boone Shepard is an action-packed comic adventure with a host of characters from classic literature. And The Bone Sparrow is a powerful story about life inside an Australian detention camp.

Our list also features some fabulous Australian junior and middle fiction reads. Sally Rippin’s The Wayward Witch and the Feelings Monster is the first book in a brand new junior fiction series about the magic of friendship. Bren MacDibbe’s How to Bee is a fierce story set in a world where real bees are extinct. And Karen Foxlee’s A Most Magical Girl is a compelling fantasy adventure set in Victorian London.

The World's Worst Children 2

The World’s Worst Children 2

David Walliams, Tony Ross

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