Review of the Year 2014: Bestsellers

Review of the Year 2014: Bestsellers

I believe the children are our future / Teach them well and let them lead the way,” the late, great Whitney Houston once sang. It is a sentiment that is undoubtedly being seconded across the land as British booksellers take stock of 2014. 

As The Bookseller noted throughout last year, print sales for the Children’s sector have surged, led by a number of hits including Egmont’s Minecraft stable, David Walliams’ Awful Auntie (HarperCollins Children’s Books) and Jeff Kinney’s The Long Haul (Puffin), all of which appear in the top 10 bestsellers of the year.

The Children’s sector finished the...

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