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Winnipeg Bestsellers

Based on sales for the week of April 7 at McNally Robinson Booksellers

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HARDCOVER FICTION

  1. Late Bloomers, Kristy Hoffman. Fiction. $30.00.
  2. River of Stars, Guy Gavriel Kay. Fantasy. $32.00.
  3. Six, Calvin J. Brown. Science Fiction. $19.95.
  4. The Third Bullet, Stephen Hunter. Fiction. $29.99.
  5. Life After Life, Kate Atkinson. Fiction. $29.95.

 

HARDCOVER NON-FICTION

  1. Henry Kalen’s Manitoba, Henry Kalen. Regional Interest. $24.95.
  2. Life Code, Phil McGraw. Psychology. $26.00.
  3. The Inconvenient Indian, Thomas King. Indigenous Peoples. $34.95.
  4. Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead, Sheryl Sandberg. Business. $28.95.
  5. Salt Sugar Fat, Michael Moss. Issues & Politics. $32.99.

 

PAPERBACK FICTION

  1. 419, Will Ferguson. Fiction. $20.00.
  2. Beautiful Razor, Al Hunter. Poetry. $15.00.
  3. Dude, Where’s My Stethoscope? Donovan Gray. Fiction. $22.00.
  4. Ravenscraig, Sandi Krawchenko Altner. Fiction. $22.95.
  5. The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared, Jonas Jonasson. Fiction. $16.99.

 

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

  1. Geopolitical Economy, Radhika Desai. Issues & Politics. $34.95.
  2. Impressions, Sydnie Payne. Fashion. $20.00.
  3. Centering Anishinaabeg Studies, Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, et al. Indigenous Peoples. $29.95.
  4. The Complete Book of North American Owls, James R. Duncan. Nature. $22.95.
  5. 24HR Trench, Andrew Robertshaw. Military History. $30.95.

 

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

  1. Pieces of the Past: The Holocaust Diary of Rose Rabinowitz, Carol Matas. Canadian Intermediate Fiction. $16.99.
  2. Scaredy Squirrel Goes Camping, Melanie Watt. Canadian Picture Book. $16.95.
  3. P is for Prickly Porcupine, Rae St. Clair Bridgman. Nursery & Toddler. $9.00.
  4. Seeing Red, Robert Munsch. Canadian Picture Book. $7.99.
  5. I Know My Grandma Loves Me, Kathleen Ward. Growing Up & Family Life. $17.95.

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