Berry on the top as the print market posts growth for first quarter

Berry on the top as the print market posts growth for first quarter

Mary Berry has once again been crowned queen of Mother’s Day, as Mary Berry Everyday (BBC) ascended to the UK Official Top 50 number one spot. It sold 28,231 copies to end David Walliams’ four-week run with Blob (HarperCollins Children's), doubling its volume week on week.

Despite Bruno Vincent’s spoof Famous Five quintet swiping the Christmas gift crown from Jason Hazeley & Joel Morris’ Ladybird for Grown-Ups series, the duo still rule Mother’s Day after their 2016 hit How it Works: The Mum (Michael Joseph) beat Five Forget Mother’s Day (Quercus) by just 681 copies. The Mum took third pla...

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