The Foot Book board book by Dr. Falling Up by Shel Silverstein HarperCollins, 1996 2,319,722 53. A Very Special Critter by Mercer Mayer Golden, 1992 1,225,998 315. Amelia Bedelia Goes Camping by Peggy Parish, illus. Mercer's Little Critter has since starred in more than two hundred books, which have sold over one hundred and fifty million copies. Seuss Random House, 1978 2,139,084 59.
It sits at 50 million. The Tale of Benjamin Bunny by Beatrix Potter Frederick Warne, 1904 4,163,244 24. Eventually, the caterpillar pupated and blossomed into a butterfly. The Mitten by Jan Brett Putnam, 1989 1,183,151 111. Each advisory panel member was permitted to select one book for discussion and possible inclusion on the top 100 list from the longer list of survey results. Ultimately many of Asimov's works join to form a single time line encompassing 20,000 years of future-history.
Arthur Goes to School by Marc Brown Random House, 1995 989,015 138. Montgomery Bantam, 1985 1,419,466 255. Numbers of books sold is a good thermometer to guide book readers. Best Nonfiction Books These are the best nonfiction books to read, listed by category. On the lists that are actually ranked, the book that is 1st counts a lot more than the book that's 100th. It must be true, it was on the internet Some sales numbers were acquired from Wikipedia which means I hardly had to do any work to get the information.
Some publishers were unable to supply accurate cumulative numbers, often because the originating publisher was acquired by another. Just Me and My Puppy by Mercer Mayer Golden, 1985 2,115,170 117. Pullman, Philip 1,181,503 Scholastic Ltd. Baby's Animal Friend by Phoebe Dunn Random House, 1988 920,386 150. Hinton Dell, 1968 and Puffin, 1997 9,695,159 3.
The X-Men were super hot, so what about a grittier, rougher version of them? This fourth edition also features a simpler format that arranges the works chronologically in five sections The Ancient World; 300-1600; 1600-1800; and The 20th Century , making them easier to look up than ever before. Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli HarperCollins, 1992 and Little, Brown, 1999 1,607,738 320. The Berenstain Bears: No Girls Allowed by Stan and Jan Berenstain Random House, 1976 2,248,434 104. This is a list of this top 10 books of the twentieth century. It is written in the preface to many editions that the book is sometimes 'erroneously' referred to as a trilogy, and goes on to state that it is one book in three volumes. The first 5 are ranked, the rest are alphabetical.
Pullman, Philip 1,037,160 Scholastic Ltd. Take your education to the next level by letting some of the best thinkers of today walk you through the most influential books in history. This article discusses the world's best-selling books. Rascal by Sterling North Avon, 1964 and Puffin, 1990 2,200,000 107. Time magazine must have people smart enough to figure this out, I just wonder why they didn't and what criteria they actually used.
These companies may use information not including your name, address, email address or telephone number about your visits to this and other Web sites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. The Berenstain Bears Trouble with Pets by Stan and Jan Berenstain Random House, 1990 1,361,320 278. Stine Scholastic, 1995 1,558,523 216. The Berenstain Bears Go to School by Stan and Jan Berenstain Random House, 1978 3,299,162 50. Disney's The Little Mermaid adapted by Ronald Kidd Golden, 1991 1,467,300 figures since 1996 not available 88. A Tale of Two Cities In 1859, Charles Dickens authored a novel entitled A Tale of Two Cities. Just Me and My Cousin by Mercer Mayer Golden, 1992 1,061,775 364.
This is the final book in the seven-part Harry Potter series. She succeeded but died in the end after she reached the limit of her natural life span. Martin Scholastic, 1987 1,672,214 186. The Cheerios Play Book by Lee Wade Little Simon, 1998 1,261,468 103. It includes changes which have resulted from nominations received since the original list was released.
Seuss Random House, 1959 981,002 140. This is an epic story with surprises around every corner. It's not top on this list: that's got Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code at number one, followed by the novels. Cunningham Buffett has long been praised for his concise writing and easy-to-understand metaphors of complex business concepts. It must be noted that the current figures we have for non-fiction sales and readership, show steady growth over recent years, and are not so far off those for fiction. Then again, Time magazine is pretty weird. The Bravest Dog Ever by Natalie Standiford Random House, 1989 1,278,397 309.