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



WORDSWORTH BOOKS & CO.

1. DAISY BATES: CIVIL RIGHT CRUSADER FROM ARKANSAS
Grif Stockley

2. LIGHT FROM HEAVEN
Jan Karon

3. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE
Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays

4. THE CAMEL CLUB
David Baldacci

5. TEAM OF RIVALS
Doris Kearns Goodwin

6. A MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY
Kurt Vonnegut

7. TIGER PRIDE: 100 YEARS OF CENTRAL HIGH FOOTBALL
Brian Cox

8. LUCIAN
Allan Ward

9. HOGS: A HISTORY
George Schroeder

10. ARKANSAS PORTFOLIO II
Tim Ernst



THAT BOOKSTORE AT MOUNTEBANQ PLACE

1. DAISY BATES: CIVIL RIGHTS CRUSADER FROM ARKANSAS
Grif Stockley

2. THE WIDOW OF THE SOUTH
Robert Hicks

3. BIRDS OF A FEATHER
Jacqueline Winspear

4. THE PRINCE
Niccolo Machiavelli

5. NIAGARA FALLS OR DOES IT?
Henry Winkler, Lin Oliver

6. LAUGH AT LIFE
Jane Seabrook

7. WE’RE JUST LIKE YOU ONLY PRETTIER
Celia Rivenbark

8. FURRY LOGIC: A GUIDE TO LIFE’S LITTLE CHALLENGES
Jane Seabrook

9. MAISIE DOBBS
Jacqueline Winspear

10. LIGHT FROM HEAVEN
Jan Karon





THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE

1. HONEY … HONEY … LION!
Jan Brett

2. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE
Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays

3. MARTHA WASHINGTON
Patricia Brady

4. 1776
David McCullough

5. ALICE THE FAIRY
David Shannon

6. JUNIE B. FIRST GRADER: JINGLE …
Barbara Park

7. COLOR OF LAW
Mark Gimenez

8. LIGHT FROM HEAVEN
Jan Karon

9. HOGS! A HISTORY: THE STORY OF RAZORBACK FOOTBALL
George Schroeder

10. IF YOU GIVE A PIG A PARTY
Laura Numeroff


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