The Harry Potter Colouring Book (Studio Press) has made it into the top 10 "most wished for presents of the year", according to Amazon.co.uk.
The 10 items is a reflection of how frequently products available from the online retailer appeared on customers' "Wish Lists" since 1st October 2015.
It shows Amazon shoppers are also looking forward to new release films, videogames, tablets and streaming media players this Christmas, with the most-wanted present topping the Amazon "Wish List" chart the DVD Jurassic World.
The Harry Potter Colouring Book, which sold more than 50,000 copies in its first two weeks and sold out on Amazon appeared at number six.
“Wish Lists offer a real-time insight into what people up and down the country would like to receive on Christmas morning,” said Alison Forrestal, media director at Amazon.co.uk. “This year, blockbuster film releases such as Jurassic World and Inside Out are hotly anticipated and it seems you also can’t go wrong with colouring books, family games and kitchen gadgets.”
Amazon has also revealed its top 10 bestselling autobiographies since 1st November, according to the Evening Standard. Based on print and Kindle e-book sales on Amazon.co.uk, motorcycle racer and TV presenter Guy Martin's When You Dead (Virgin Books) took the lead; with footballer Steven Gerard's My Story (Penguin Books) and comedian Sue Perkins' Spectacles (also Penguin Books) taking second and third positions on the list respectively.
Martin's first memoir My Autobiography (Virgin Books) made the number 10 spot, too, making him the only author to appear twice on the list.
The remaining ranked titles were Tom Jones' Over the Top and Back: The Autobiography (Michael Joseph) at fourth; Tyler Oakley's Binge (Simon & Schuster UK) at fifth, Chris Evans' Call the Midlife (W&N) and sixth, in seventh spot Geraint Thomas' The World of Cycling According to G (Quercus), in eighth place, Paul O'Grady's Open the Cage, Murphy! (Bantam Press); and in ninth position AP McCoy's Winner: My Racing Life (Orion).