Matched, Lying Game & Bloodlust popular this week

Posted January 16, 2011 by 0 Comments

Nothing new to report on the best seller’s list, just that Ally Condie’s Matched is still holding tight, as well as Sara Shepard’s latest, The Lying Game (and I imagine fans are happy since “Pretty Little Liars” is back on TV!) In paperbacks, Stefan’s Diaries, Vol 2, Bloodlust, is in its first week at No. 3.

This Week    Children’s Chapter Books Weeks on List
1   THE LOST HERO, by Rick Riordan. (Disney-Hyperion, $18.99.) A return to Camp Half-Blood and semi-divine characters old and new. (Ages 10 and up) 13
   
 

 

2   THE GIFT, by James Patterson and Ned Rust. (Little, Brown, $17.99.) A sister and brother flex their new powers; a Witch and Wizard book. (Ages 10 and up) 4
     

 

3   THE RED PYRAMID, by Rick Riordan. (Disney-Hyperion, $17.99.) Ancient gods (this time from Egypt) and a mortal family meet. (Ages 10 and up) 36
   
 

 

4   THE LYING GAME, by Sara Shepard. (HarperTeen, $16.99.) A long-lost twin impersonates her dead sister to try to solve her murder. (Ages 14 and up) 3
     
 
5   MATCHED, by Ally Condie. (Dutton, $17.99.) In this dystopian romance, a girl rebels against a deterministic future society. (Ages 12 and up) 6
     

 

6   TORMENT, by Lauren Kate. (Delacorte, $17.99.) A novel about the nephilim, the children of humans and fallen angels. (Ages 12 and up) 13
     

 

7   CRESCENDO, by Becca Fitzpatrick. (Simon & Schuster, $18.99.) A world where the truth is sought and feared; a sequel to “Hush, Hush.” (Ages 14 and up) 10
     
 
8   CLOCKWORK ANGEL, by Cassandra Clare. (McElderry/Simon & Schuster, $19.99.) Victorian England proves a treacherous place. (Ages 14 and up) 14
     
 
9   TALES FROM A NOT-SO-POPULAR PARTY GIRL, by Rachel Renée Russell. (Aladdin, $12.99.) The further reflections of Nikki Maxwell on the agonies of middle school; a “Dork Diaries” book. (Ages 9 to 13) 25
     
 
10   SAPPHIQUE, by Catherine Fisher. (Dial/Penguin, $17.99.) In the sequel to “Incarceron,” Finn makes it Outside to discover it is a prison of another kind. (Ages 14 and up) 2
     
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