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U.S.A. Best-sellers Books (WSJ) 21-27 dicembre 2008

7 gennaio 2009

La lista dei libri più venduti in U.S.A. Settimana dal 21 al 27 dicembre 2008.

FICTION

1. “Eclipse” Stephenie Meyer (Little Brown)

2. “Breaking Dawn” by Stephenie Meyer (Little Brown)

3. “The Tales of Beedle the BardJ.K Rowling (Bloomsbury Publishing)

4. “ScarpettaPatricia D. Cornwell (Putnam Adult)

5. “Cross CountryJames Patterson (Arrow Books)

6. “Christmas SweaterGlenn Beck (Threshold Editions)

7. “TwilightStephenie Meyer (Little Brown)

8. “New Moon” Stephenie Meyer, (Little Brown)

9. “The Story of Edgar SawtelleDavid Wroblewski (Ecco)

10 “The HostStephenie Meyer, (Little Brown)

NONFICTION

1. “Outliers The Story of Success” Malcolm Gladwell (Little Brown)

2. “Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch, Jeffrey Zaslow (Hyperion)

3. “Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World” by Vicki Myron, Brett Witter (Grand Central)

4. “American LionJon Meacham (Random House)

5. “Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics” Ina Garten (Clarkson Potter Publishers)

6. “Too Fat to FishArtie Lange, Anthony Bozza (Spiegel & Grau)

7. “A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity” by Bill O’Reilly (Broadway)

8. “The Purpose of ChristmasRick Warren (Simon & Schuster)

9. “2009 Guiness Book of World Records” Guiness (Guiness World Records)

10. “Why We SuckDenis Leary (Viking)


Fonte: Wall Street Journal, January 2, 2009

La lista pubblicata dal Wall Street Journal rappresenta le vendite nazionali di libri durante la settimana dal21 al 27  dicembre 2008 nelle oltre 2.500 librerie Barnes & Noble, B. Dalton, Bookland, Books-a-Million, Books & Co, Bookstar, Bookstop, Borders, Brentano’s, Coles, Coopersmith, Doubleday, Scribners e Waldenbooks oltre alle vendite online di Amazon.com e barnesandnoble.com.

UK: top ten bestsellers (21-27 dicembre 2008

7 gennaio 2009

Top 10 paperbacks – fiction

1. “Remember Me? by Sophie Kinsella (Transworld Publishers)

2. “The Appeal” by John Grisham (Arrow)

3. “This Year it Will be Different” by Maeve Binchy (Orion)

4. “7th Heaven” by James Patterson (Arrow)

5. “Dead Man’s Footsteps” by Peter James (Pan Macmillan)

6. “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini (Bloomsbury)

7. “The Shack” by William Young (Hodder Windblown)

8. “Thanks for the Memories” by Cecelia Ahern (Harper)

9. “You’ve Been Warned” by James Patterson and Howard Roughan (Headline)

10. “The Lost Throne” by Chris Kuzneski (Penguin)

Top 10 paperbacks – non fiction

1. “Dreams from My Father” by Barack Obama (Canongate)

2. “The Audacity of Hope” by Barack Obama (Canongate)

3. “Do Polar Bears Get Lonely?” (Profile Books)

4. “No One Listened” by Isobel and Alex Kerr (Harper)

5. “Shakespeare The World as Stage” by Bill Bryson (HarperPerennial)

6. “Who Runs Britain?” by Robert Peston (Hodder)

7. “Mamma Mia! How Can I Resist You!” by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus (Phoenix)

8. “My Booky Wook” by Russell Brand (Hodder)

9. “Wall and Piece” by Banksy (Hodder)

10. “Monster” by Allan Hall (Penguin)

Fonte: The Sunday Times Bestseller List, January 4, 2009

La lista è pubblicata da “The Bookseller”, i dati sono forniti da Nielsen BookScan e si riferiscono alla settimana 21-27 dicembre 2008

Germania: i più venduti della settimana (22-27 dicembre 2008)

7 gennaio 2009

I libri più venduti i Germania: settimana dal 22 al 27 dicembre 2008.

FICTION:

1. “Mieses KarmaDavid Safier (Rowohlt)

2. “VerblendungStieg Larsson (Heyne Verlag)

3. “Vater unserJilliane Hoffman (Wunderlich Verlag)

4.  “Der Schatten des Windes” Carlos Ruiz Zafon (Suhrkamp Verlag)

5. “Wo kein Zeuge istElizabeth George (Blanvalet Verlag)

6. Die Stimmen des FlussesJaume Cabrè (Insel Verlag)

7. Die Chemie des TodesSimon Beckett (Rowohlt)

8. “Die letzte SpurCharlotte Link (Goldmann Wilhelm)

9. “Kalte AscheSimon Beckett (Rowohlt)

10. DrachenläuferKhaled Hosseini (Berliner Taschenbuch)

NON FICTION:

1. “Die Leber wächst mit ihren AufgabenEckart von Hirschhausen (Rowohlt)

2. “Schmitz’ KatzeRalf Schmitz (Fischer)

3. “Denken Sie selbst! Sonst tun es andere für Sie” Vince Ebert (Rowohlt)

4. “Generation DoofAnne Weiss, Stefan Bonner (Luebbe)

5. “Happy AuaBastian Sick (Kiepenheuer & Witsch GmbH)

6. “Der Crash kommtMax Otte (Ullstein)

7.”Niveau ist keine HautcremeGünther Willen (Ullstein)

8. “Zwischen den FrontenPeter Scholl-Latour (Propyläen Verlag)

9. “Eine Frau in BerlinAnonyma ( Btb)

10. “Denkanstöße 2009” Lilo  Göttermann (Piper)

Fonte: SPIEGEL ONLINE, 7.01.2009

I dati relativi ai libri più venduti in Germania ogni settimana forniti da SPIEGEL ONLINE sono ricavati da una rete di 350 librerie sul territorio tedesco.