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The top sellers at Arkansas bookstores. Wordsworth Books & Co. 1. Being Dead Is No Excuse Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays 2. P. Allen Smith’s Container Gardens P. Allen Smith 3. The Mermaid Chair Sue Monk Kidd 4. Gilead Marilynne Robinson 5. What Southern Women Know About Flirting Ronda Rich 6. Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart Gordon Livingston 7. Ya-Yas in Bloom Rebecca Wells 8. The World Is Flat Thomas Friedman 9. Chasing Matisse James Morgan 10. Broken Prey John Sanford Books-A-Million 1. True Believer Nicholas Sparks 2. 4th of July James Patterson, Maxine Paetro 3. The Purpose-Driven Life Rick Warren, Richard Warren 4. The Mermaid Chair Sue Monk Kidd 5. Your Best Life Now Joel Osteen 6. Pawleys Island Dorothea Benton Frank 7. Winning Jack Welch, Suzy Welch 8. The Da Vinci Code Steven D. Levitt 9. Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Matthew Woodring Stover 10. The World Is Flat Thomas L. Friedman That Bookstore In Blytheville 1. Being Dead Is No Excuse Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays 2. The World Is Flat Thomas L. Freidman 3. March Geraldine Brooks 4. Gods in Alabama Joshlyn Jackson 5. Same Sweet Girls Cassandra King 6. Three Nights in August Buzz Bissinger 7. Our Own Sweet Sounds Robert Cochran 8. Blink Malcolm Gladwell 9. Three Little Rigs David Gordon 10. Cotton Field of Dreams Janis Kearney
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