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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 bestselling books…

1. The Bee Sting by Paul Murray

2. The Last devil To Die by Richard Osman

3. The Girl From Donegal by Carmel Harrington

4. The Housekeepers by Alex Hay

5. Poor by Katriona O'Sullivan

This week’s top 10 bestselling books from Waterstone’s Ballymena

6. Someone Else's Shoes by JoJo Moyes

7. Happy Place by Emily Henry

8. Operation Chiffon by Peter Taylor

9. Quickly, While They Still Have Horses by Jan Carson

10. Wait For Me by Santa Montefiore

Saturday Storytime…

Our next Saturday Storytime will take place on Saturday 18th May at 12pm.

Frida the Rock-and-Roll Moth by Kim Hilliard

We will be reading Frida the Rock-and-Roll Moth by Kim Hilliard.

This is a positive picture book will inspire readers to find what makes them feel good and let their confidence shine!

We look forward to seeing everyone there, there will be colouring in afterwards.

Bookseller Recommendation…

Kerry recommends Piglet by Lottie Hazelle.

Piglet by Lottie Hazelle

For Piglet – an unshakable childhood nickname – getting married is her opportunity to reinvent.

Together, Kit and Piglet are the picture of domestic bliss – effortless hosts, planning a covetable wedding... But if a life looks too good to be true, it probably is!

"I loved this novel about wanting - and deserving, and learning to deserve - more."

New Non-Fiction to watch…

A Better Second Half by Liz Earle

A Better Second Half by Liz Earle

Earle demonstrates how midlife women can break through the demands made on them by others and lead a fulfilling life on their own terms in this empowering and invaluable book.

Magic Pill by Johann Hari

Magic Pill by Johann Hari

A timely and revelatory investigation into the phenomenon of weight-loss drugs from the author of Stolen Focus, Magic Pill draws from both Hari's personal experience and interviews with world-leading experts.


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