Harry 5 tops 100,000

<p>The new children's and adult paperback editions of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix sold 119,293 copies last week. The figure, from Nielsen BookScan's Total Consumer Market for the seven days to 17th July, is the highest weekly sale of the year so far for an individual title.

Fierce discounting by supermarkets and chains pushed the average selling price of the children's edition in the TCM down to &#163;4.51, an average discount of 44% off its &#163;7.99 cover price.

Paul Gascoigne's Gazza: My Story (Headline) remained the biggest selling hardback of the week, despite a fresh ch...

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