Kinney's World Book Day boom continues

Kinney's World Book Day boom continues

Jeff Kinney’s Diary of Greg Heffley’s Best Friend (Puffin) is once again the UK Official Top 50 number one, with the World Book Day title beating David Walliams’ Fing (HarperCollins Children's) to the top spot by fewer than 4,000 copies. This was Kinney’s (lucky) 13th week in the overall top spot and his first book to hold the title for more than a week since 2014’s The Long Haul

However, Fing bounced back up to second place, as last week’s runner-up Lego Minifigure Mayhem (DK Children) fell to seventh place. Fellow World Book Day titles, including Mike Brownlow and Simon Rickerty’s Ten ...

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