April 2018: Top 5 Sellers from Chapters-Coles-Indigo in each Atlantic Province

The region's bestselling books by province

NOVA SCOTIA

1. The Boat People by Sharon Bala (Fiction)

2. Waking Up In My Own Backyard by Sandra Phinney (Local Interest)

3. Our Maud by Ray Cronin (Local Interest)

3. Run Hide Repeat by Pauline Dakin (Biography)

5.Niki Jabbour’s Veggie Garden Remix by Niki Jabbour (Gardening)

 

 

 

 

NEW BRUNSWICK

1. Mary Cyr by David Adams Richards (Fiction)

2. The Boat People by Sharon Bala (Fiction)

3. Everybody’s Different On Everybody Street by Sheree Fitch (Storytime 3-5)

4. Little Book Of New Brunswick by Brian Atkinson (Local Interest)

5.  Waterfalls Of New Brunswick by Nicholas Guitard (Local Interest)

 

 

 

 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

1. Golden Boy by Grant Matheson (Local Interest)

2. Anne of Green Gables by L.M Montgomery (Young Readers 9-12)

3.  Little Book Of Prince Edward Island by John Sylvester (Local Interest)

4. Minegoo by Sandra Dodge (Local Interest)

5. Prince Edward Island ABC by Dale McNevin (Local Interest)

 

 

 

 

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

1.Rock Paper Sex by Kerri Cull (Local Interest)

2. Being Mary Ro by Ida Linehan Young (Local Interest)

3.We’ll be Burnt in Our Beds Some Night by Joel Hynes (Fiction)

4. The Boat People by Sharon Bala (Fiction)

5.Newfoundland Lullaby written by Mary Jane Riemann and P.L. McCarron and Illustrated by Joy Steuerwald (Local Interest)

 

 

 

PUZZLE BOOKS / COLOURING BOOKS

1.Lexicon Volume 18 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)

2. Big Book Of Lexicon Volumes 1,2,3 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)

3.Big Book Of Lexicon Volumes 7,8,9 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)

4. Big Book Of Lexicon Volumes 4,5,6 by Theresa Williams (Local Interest)

5. Maud Lewis Colouring Book Vol 2 by AGNS (Local Interest)

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Katie Ingram is a freelance journalist, author and journalism instructor based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her work has been featured in a number of local, regional, national and international publications. She previously worked with Atlantic Books Today as their production and distribution manager.

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