World Book Day's Supertato smashes into the top spot

World Book Day's Supertato smashes into the top spot

Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet’s World Book Day title Supertato: Books are Rubbish (Simon & Schuster Children's) has racked up a 671% increase in sales week on week, selling 26,884 copies in the week leading up to 5th March. Fellow £1 titles Dav Pilkey’s Dog Man (Scholastic), Bing’s Splashy Story (HarperCollins) and Greg James and Chris Smith's Kid Normal and the Loudest Library (Bloomsbury Children's) surged upwards in sales to join it in the top four.

In total, 10 World Book Day titles charted in the overall top 13. Supertato: Books are Rubbish is the first new Children’s number one in 14 we...

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