Feline fine: Mog stays top while adult Ladybirds fly up the charts

Feline fine: Mog stays top while adult Ladybirds fly up the charts

Mog’s Christmas Calamity (HarperCollins Children’s) dug its claws into the number one spot for a fourth consecutive week, while Michael Joseph’s Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups titles flocked into the Top 50, with six titles out of eight charting inside the top 16.

Judith Kerr’s charity picture book was down in volume on the previous week, with 51,509 copies sold for £154,505, shifting just 3,592 copies more than second-placed Grandpa’s Great Escape (HarperCollins Children’s). However, it joins only three other titles (Jessie Burton’s The Miniaturist (Picador), E L James’ Grey (Arrow) and Wal...

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