Mog stays at number one, hits seven-year children’s high

Mog stays at number one, hits seven-year children’s high

Judith Kerr’s Mog’s Christmas Calamity (HarperCollins Children’s) holds the number one spot for a second week running, increasing its volume by 94.6% to 145,207 copies sold for £435,591.

The charity tie-in picture book, exclusively available at Sainsbury’s, shifted 74,453 copies in just three days to take the top spot a week ago. Its first full seven-day volume sales are the highest for a Children’s title since J K Rowling’s Harry Potter spin-off The Tales of Beedle the Bard (Bloomsbury) took the 2008 Christmas number one spot, and it is the third title in 2015 to shift more than 100,000 c...

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