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Get a read on the hottest-selling kids book series and licensed titles in the US. for the last week, courtesy of our friends at publishers weekly. Looks like Philip Pullman's trilogy was a popular stocking stuffer.
January 2, 2008

Get a read on the hottest-selling kids book series and licensed titles in the US. for the last week, courtesy of our friends at publishers weekly. Looks like Philip Pullman’s trilogy was a popular stocking stuffer.

1. His Dark Materials, Philip Pullman, Knopf

2. Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling, Scholastic/Levine

3. Twilight saga, Stephenie Meyer, Little, Brown/Tingley

4. High School Musical, N.B. Grace, Disney

5. Alex Rider Adventures, Anthony Horowitz, Puffin

6. Magic Tree House, Mary Pope Osborne, Random House

7. Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Rick Riordan, Hyperion/Miramax

8. Junie B. Jones. Barbara Park, Random House

9. Uglies series, Scott Westerfeld, Simon Pulse

10. Warriors, Erin Hunter, HarperCollins

11. Clique, Lisi Harrison, Little, Brown

12. Gossip Girl,. Cecily von Ziegesar, Little, Brown

13. A Series of Unfortunate Events, Lemony Snicket, HarperTrophy

14. Skippyjon Jones, Judy Schachner, Dutton

15. The Ranger’s Apprentice, John F. Flanagan, Philomel

Used with permission, copyright Publishers Weekly 2007; a full listing in all categories can be found at www.publishersweekly.com.

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