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TOP 10 | All the latest news from Waterstone’s Ballymena

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Welcome to this week’s news, reviews, and ‘all-things-books’ latest from the team at Waterstone’s Ballymena!


THIS WEEK'S TOP 10...


1. World's Worst Monsters - David Walliams


Number one bestseller

2. The Wedding Party - Cathy Kelly


3. Uncle Paul - Celia Fremlin


4. It Starts With Us - Colleen Hoover


5. Livid - Patricia Cornwell



This week’s top 10 bestselllers from Waterstone’s Ballymena

6. If He Had Been With Me - Laura Nowlin


7. Supertato: Mean Green Time Machine - Sue Hendra


8. The Boys from Biloxi - John Grisham


9. Too Late - Colleen Hoover


10. The Summer I Turned Pretty - Jenny Han



SATURDAY STORYTIME...


Our next Saturday Storytime will be held on Saturday 5th August at 12pm. We will be reading 'The Secret Elephant' by Ellan Rankin.


The Secret Elephant' by Ellan Rankin

Based on the incredible true story of Denise Weston Austin at Belfast Zoo, this heartfelt narrative of their unlikely bond is brought beautifully to life by exciting debut talent Ellan Rankin.


There will be colouring in afterwards as always. We look forward to seeing everyone there!



NEW HISTORY READS...


The Wager - David Grann


The Wager - David Grann

The author of the acclaimed Killers of the Flower Moon unspools the thrilling true story of the wreck of the eponymous eighteenth-century British vessel and the extraordinary claims made by two different groups of survivors that resulted in a nerve-jangling court martial.


Big Caesars and Little Caesars - Ferdinand Mount


Big Caesars and Little Caesars - Ferdinand Mount

From Julius Caesar to Boris Johnson, the political commentator and author of Making Nice delivers a trenchant history of the strongman, defence of parliamentary politics and roadmap back to constitutional government.



The War Came to Us - Christopher Miller


The War Came to Us - Christopher Miller

Capturing the defiance and resilience of the Ukrainian people with candour and sensitivity, the lead correspondent for the Financial Times in Ukraine delivers an eye-opening and deeply touching inside story of the country’s long fight for freedom against Russian aggression.


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