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BESTSELLERS AT LOCAL INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORES for the week of March 6


FICTION

1. THE HOURS by Michael Cunningham

2. BRIDGET JONES: THE EDGE OF REASONING by Helen Fielding

3. THE POISONWOOD BIBLE by Barbara Kingsolver

4. SINGLE & SINGLE by John Le Carré

5. AMY & ISABELLE by Elizabeth Strout

6. HARRY POTTER & THE SORCERER'S STONE by J. K. Rowling

7. MIRTH OF A NATION, edited by Michael J. Rosen

8. THE MAGICIAN'S ASSISTANT by Ann Patchett

9. ALLAN STEIN by Matthew Stadler

10. HARRY POTTER & THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS by J. K. Rowling


NON-FICTION

1. A HEARTBREAKING WORK OF STAGGERING GENIUS by Dave Eggers

2. THE WORST-CASE SCENARIO SURVIVAL HANDBOOK by Joshua Piven

3. CLEAR YOUR CLUTTER WITH FENG SHUI by Karen Kingston

4. WOMEN'S BODIES, WOMEN'S WISDOM by Christiane Northrup

5. WOMAN: AN INTIMATE GEOGRAPHY by Natalie Angier

6. GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL by Jared Diamond

7. THE ORCHID THIEF by Susan Orlean

8. THE KID by Dan Savage

9. HOW TO THINK LIKE LEONARDO DA VINCI by Michael Gelb

10. ELEGANT UNIVERSE by Brian Greene

Compiled from figures at Elliott Bay Books, Bailey/Coy Books, and PAGES Books, News, & Web.

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