The Midnight Line
Bad Dad
Bad Dad

David Walliams

Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Dead If You Don't
Dead If You Don't

Peter James


Dan Brown

The President is Missing
The Killing Habit
The Killing Habit

Mark Billingham

1 - 5
6 - 10
*Data supplied by and copyright to Nielsen BookScan, taken from the LibScan panel for period ending 02/05/2017.

Reading groups and library events

If you run a reading group, and would like to see it listed here, please send us the details via the  contact us page and we'll post them here.


National Reading Programmes

Richard and Judy’s book club

Richard and Judy’s book club - Calling all book lovers, The Richard and Judy's Book Club is the ideal place to get recommendations, see author interviews and hear from other readers.

World Book Day

World Book Day - World Book Day is the biggest celebration of its kind, anywhere. Millions and millions of book vouchers given out, great free books for kids, excitement everywhere (on blogs, in newspapers, on TV and in schools, libraries and, of course, bookshops), people coming together (including lots and lots of young readers) in a big, loud, happy celebration of reading.

From the Reading Agency

The following reading groups are run by The Reading Agency the independent charity with a mission to get more people reading more, in partnership with the Society of Chief Librarians

Six book challenge

One in six adults struggles to read. The Reading Agency’s Six Book Challenge improves the chances in life for people who find reading difficult by building their reading confidence and motivation.

Reading Groups For Everyone

Reading Groups for Everyone is spreading the word and celebrating all the great things that reading groups, writing groups and book clubs offer.

Join Reading Groups for Everyone and  Find a group near you  Add groups you run.  Get offers and promotions too.

 Summer Reading Challenge

Summer Reading Challenge challenges children aged 4 to 11 to read six books during the long summer holiday.

There is a different theme each year. Children can read whatever they like - fact books, joke books, picture books, audio books - just as long as they are borrowed from the library.