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WALL STREET JOURNAL-BEST SELLERS

In this Jan. 11, 2017 photo provide by Penguin Random House, author Philip Pullman poses for a photograph outside of Worcester College, in Oxford, England. The irrepressible young heroine of Pullman’s fantasy saga “His Dark Materials” returns in a new novel being published in Britain and the U.S. on Oct. 19, the first part of a trilogy called “The Book of Dust.” (Michael Leckie/Penguin Random House via AP)

Best-Selling Books Week Ended March 12th.

FICTION

1. “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss (Random House Children’s Books)

2. “Dangerous Games” by Danielle Steeel (Delacorte)

3. “One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish” by Dr. Seuss (Random House Children’s Books)

4. “The Cat in the Hat” by Dr. Seuss (Random House Children’s Books)

5. “Fox in Socks” by Dr. Seuss (Random House Children’s Books)

6. “Double Down: Diary of a Wimpy Kid” by Jeff Kinney (Amulet)

7. “Silence Fallen” by Patricia Briggs (Ace)

8. “Norse Mythology” by Neil Gaiman (W.W. Norton)

9. “Dr. Seuss’s ABC” by Dr. Seuss (Random House Children’s Books)

10. “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seuss (Random House Children’s Books)

NONFICTION

1. “Unshakeable” by Tony Robbins (Simon & Schuster)

2. “Portraits of Courage” by George W. Bush (Crown)

3. “The Legend of Zelda” (Piggyback)

4. “Hillbilly Elegy” by J.D. Vance (Harper)

5. “There’s No Place Like Space” by Tish Rabe (Random House Books for Young Readers)

6. “Killing the Rising Sun” by Bill O’Reilly & Martin Dugard (Henry Holt & Co)

7. “Oh Say Can You Say Di-no-saur?” by Bonnie Worth (Random House Books for Young Readers)

8. “The Little Things” by Andy Andrews (Thomas Nelson)

9. “Jesus Calling” by Sarah Young (Thomas Nelson)

10. “The Lose Your Belly Diet” by Travis Stork (Ghost Mountain)’

FICTION E-BOOKS

1. “Silence Fallen” by Patricia Briggs (Ace)

2. “The Shack” by William P. Young (Windblown)

3. “Dangerous Games” by Danielle Steeel (Delacorte)

4. “The Billionaire Takes All” by J.S. Scott (Montalke Romance)

5. “The Secret Wife” by Gill Paul (HarperCollins)

6. “Cross the Line” by James Patterson (Little, Brown)

7. “The Pillars of the Earth” by Ken Follett (Penguin)

8. “Brighter than the Sun” by Maya Banks (Penguin)

9. “The Ship of Brides: A Novel” by Jojo Moyes (Penguin)

10. “Blush for Me: A Fusion Novel” by Kristen Proby (HarperCollins)

NONFICTION E-BOOKS

1. “Lost City of the Monkey God’ by Douglas Preston (Grand Central Publishing)

2. “Hillbilly Elegy” by J.D. Vance (HarperCollins)

3. “Sickened” by Julie Gregory (Random House)

4. “Ripper” by Patricia Cornwell (Thomas & Mercer)

5. “100 Days of Real Food” by Lisa Leake (HarperCollins)

6. “Clementine” by Sonia Purnell (Penguin)

7. “Nudge” by Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein (Penguin)

8. “Catch Me If You Can” by Frank W. Abagnale and Stan Redding (Crown Archetype)

9. “Authentic Mexican” by Rick Bayless (HarperCollins)

10. “The $100 Startup” by Chris Guillebeau (Crown)

NPD BookScan gathers point-of-sale book data from about 16,000 locations across the U.S., representing about 85 percent of the nation’s book sales. Print-book data providers include all major booksellers and Web retailers, and food stores. E-book data providers include all major e-book retailers. Free e-books and those sold for less than 99 cents are excluded. The fiction and nonfiction lists in all formats include both adult and juvenile titles; the business list includes only adult titles. The combined lists track sales by title across all print and e-book formats; audio books are excluded. Refer questions to Michael.Boone(at)wsj.com.

 

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