What We're Reading, Dec. 6 

Here are the top 10 bestsellers from three local bookstores. Data is most recent available.

Wordsworth Books & Co.

1. The Bright Forever

Lee Martin

2. Water for Elephants

Sara Gruen

3. The Mysterious Benedict Society

Trenton Lee Stewart

4. Third Degree

Greg Iles

5. You Staying Young

Michael Roizen

6. The Brief History of the Dead

Kevin Brockmeier

7. Double Cross

James Patterson

8. Stone Cold

David Baldacci

9. Playing for Pizza

John Grisham

10. Suite Francaise

Irene Nemirovsky

That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place

1. Lawn Boy

Gary Paulsen

2. Gallop!

Rufus Seder

3. Maisie Dobbs

Jacqueline Winspear

4. Adam's Syn-Chronological Chart and Map of History

Sebastian Adams

5. Turn Away Thy Son

Elizabeth Jacoway

6. Twilight

Stephenie Meyer

7. Austenland

Shannon Hale

8. Ribbit! Flip and See Who Frog Is

Bender and Bender

9. Blue Moo

Sandra Boynton

10. Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge

Hildegarde H. Swift

That Bookstore In Blytheville

1. Playing for Pizza

John Grisham

2. Crawfish Mountain

Ken Wells

3. Innocent Man

John Grisham

4. Down Town

Ferrol Sams

5. War

Ken Burns

6. Wilde Woman

Paula Wall

7. Love, Ava

Alton Rivers

8. Giving

Bill Clinton

9. World Without End

Ken Follett

10. Florist's Daughter

Patricia Hampl


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