Monday, April 11, 2011

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERS - WEEK OF APRIL 17

Heaven Is For Real by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent (Thomas Nelson) is #1 on the paperback nonfiction list, the combined hardcover & paperback nonfiction list, the combined print and e-Book nonfiction list, and the e-Book nonfiction list.

Love Wins by Rob Bell (HarperOne/HarperCollins) is #2 on the hardcover advice & misc. list.

The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman (Northfield/Moody) is #3 on the paperback advice & misc. list.

One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp (Zondervan) is #6 on the hardcover advice & misc. list.

Crazy Love by Francis Chan with Danae Yankoski (David C. Cook) is #6 on the paperback advice & misc. list.

Radical by David Platt (Multnomah) is #7 on the paperback advice & misc. list.

90 Minutes In Heaven by Don Piper with Cecil Murphey (Revell/Baker) is #8 on the paperback nonfiction list; #23 on the e-Book nonfiction list; #25 on the combined print and e-Book nonfiction list; and #24 on the combined hardcover & paperback nonfiction list.

The Total Money Makeover
by Dave Ramsey (Thomas Nelson) is #9 on the hardcover business list, and #14 on the hardcover advice & misc. list.
Leaving by Karen Kingsbury (Zondervan) is #10 on the paperback trade fiction list.

The Love Dare by Stephen and Alex Kendrick with Lawrence Kimbrough (B&H) is #12 on the paperback advice & misc. list.

The Shack by William P. Young (Windblown Media) is #12 on the paperback trade fiction list.

Made to Crave
by Lysa TerKeurst (Zondervan) is #13 on the paperback advice & misc. list.

Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore with Lynn Vincent (Thomas Nelson) is #17 on the paperback nonfiction list.

Bonhoeffer by Eric Metaxas (Thomas Nelson) is #22 on the hardcover nonfiction list and #33 on the combined print and e-Book nonfiction list and the combined hardcover & paperback nonfiction list.

The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven by Kevin & Alex Malarkey (Tyndale House) is #29 on the hardcover nonfiction list and #32 on the e-Book nonfiction list.

The Reason for God by Timothy Keller (Riverhead) is #31 on the paperback nonfiction list.

1 comment:

tomaria said...

Sally, My husband alerted me to your site. Thank you for this listing. It's helpful to see in one place where Christians, who like to read, are going: to accounts of Heaven, and authors who the church's watchmen warn are unsound. Sad to see THE SHACK and LOVE WINS! Bell says a lot about the 'afterlife', I'm told, while making press statements that say that Jesus said little about it. The other listings are new to me so I can't comment helpfully.
Thank you for getting information to us!