What we’re reading, Sept. 6 

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

Wordsworth Books & Co.

1. The Mysterious Benedict Society

Trenton Lee Stewart

2. Water for Elephants

Sara Gruen

3. Turn Away Thy Son

Elizabeth Jacoway

4. Eat Pray Love

Elizabeth Gilbert

5. Raising Girls

Melissa Trevathan and Sissy Goff

6. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

J.K. Rowling

7. Tin Roof Blowdown

James Lee Burke

8. A Thousand Splendid Suns

Khaled Hosseini

9. The Brief History of the Dead

Kevin Brockmeier

10. Intuition

Allegra Goodman

That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

J.K. Rowling

2. A Short History of Nearly Everything

Bill Bryson

3. 74 Seaside Avenue

Debbie Macomber

4. Knit Together

Debbie Macomber

5. Ribbit!

Bender & Bender

6. Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing

Judy Blume

7. Maisie Dobbbs

Jacqueline Winspear

8. The American Story

Jennifer Armstrong

9. Pardonable Lies

Jacqueline Winspear

10. Lost Kingdoms

Phillip McMath

That Bookstore In Blytheville

1. Mysterious Benedict Society

Trenton Lee Stewart

2. Benchwarmer

Bill Lancaster

3. Marly a Dog Like No Other

John Grogan

4. Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf

Judy Sierra

5. Paula Deen: It Ain't About Cooking

Paula Deen

6. The Rest of Her Life

Laura Moriarity

7. Somebody's Going to Die If Lilly Beth Doesn't Catch the Bouqet

Gayden Metcalf

8. In An Instant

Bob Woodruff

9. Eclipse

Stephenie Meyer

10. Miracle of Catfish

Larry Brown


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