Contact John Jackson Miller at. The Little Lamb by Judy Dunn, photos by Phoebe Dunn Random House, 1977 1,436,646 248. Seuss Random House, 1996 843,057 168. The 48 Laws of Power is a staple for anyone looking to rise to the top of their career. Smith Dell, 1978 2,086,501 120. Looking at the varies systems of power that existed across Europe, Tilly explains how the nation state came to dominate and why it was by no-means inevitable.
Stine Scholastic, 1996 1,344,700 286. It's considered to be one of the greatest works written during the enlightenment, and due to Gibbon's. Gladwell uses his training in Psychology and experience as a journalist to analyze complex social theories and present them in a way that is easy to digest. Pullman, Philip 1,002,314 Scholastic Ltd. The four categories are: -Urgent and Important -Urgent but Not Important -Not Important but Urgent -Not important and Not Urgent Readers put every task through this classification in order to figure out the most efficient schedule for their weekly planners. This list doesn't seem all that weird or bad to me. The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter Frederick Warne, 1902 9,380,274 3.
Hungry, Hungry Sharks by Joanna Cole, illus. Stine Scholastic, 1995 1,286,993 306. Product mentions do not constitute endorsements. Differences over theology mainly will affect this list. By the end of 1995, combined global sales of Today's English Version Good News New Testament and Bible copyright for which is held by the Bible Societies exceeded 17.
Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey Puffin, 1976 1,198,820 325. Dick awards and became the seminal work in the cyberpunk subgenre. Falling Up by Shel Silverstein HarperCollins, 1996 2,319,722 53. As the relationship turns into something very nefarious, the professor begins to control and manipulate her out of jealousy and paranoia. Instead it continued on in many ways.
Walt Disney's Storyland by Walt Disney Golden, 1962 2,400,904 figures since 1996 not available 50. And for more content to add to your summer reading list, check out these. Martin Scholastic, 1987 1,672,214 186. The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams Avon, 1979 2,041,657 131. Bunnicula by James Howe Avon, 1980 and Aladdin, 1996 3,349,179 48. Streams in the Desert is difficult to track because of all the editions over the years. The Success principles is a culmination of the tips, tricks, and skills Jack Canfield has developed over 30 years as a best-selling author and motivational speaker.
Its written with an Anglo-American focus. The Seat of the Soul provides a unique take on life that blends science, philosophy, and spirituality. Corduroy by Don Freeman Puffin, 1976 2,454,429 91. Letters to Karen by Charlie Schedd Avon, 1976 1,028,913 373. Freedman as Herself by Judy Blume Dell, 1978 2,249,723 103.
Shelley published it anonymously in 1818, and 500 copies were printed. Just Me and My Little Brother by Mercer Mayer Golden, 1991 1,581,139 207. In addition to a whopping 176 novels, Sharma also wrote screenplays of his most famous works, like Anaam for Bollywood, and founded Tulsi Comics. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J. Predictably Irrational dives into the factors that make up our decision-making process. Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney, illus. By Used Price: 70% Off James McPherson's classic account of the Civil War era focusses not just on the war but the lead up too.
Chocolate Fever by Robert K. The following 50 books are some of the most influential self-help books of all time. In it he analyses the rise and fall of all 26 of the great world civilizations; whereas, previous historians had mainly concentrated on the West. Brown Can Moo, Can You? Mad Libs 6 Off the Wall by Roger Price and Leonard Stern Price Stern Sloan, 1978 1,383,796 266. More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz, illus. Miller Random House, 1979 1,668,402 187.
Therefore, some titles had to be left off, and others are ranked according to whatever sales figures were available. Rowling Year released: 2000 Copies sold: 65 million In the fourth installment of the series, , Harry is mysteriously forced to participate in the Triwizard Tournament. By Used Price: 80% Off Foner charts the rise of the Republican Party, its ideological origins, the origins of the civil war and how the beginnings shaped reconstruction afterwards. Cover images are used for identification purposes only and are © their respective copyright holders. The story follows a Hidalgo, Alonso Quixano, who proves that chivalry will in fact never die. Stine Scholastic, 1996 1,663,438 189.
Just Lost by Mercer Mayer Golden, 1994 1,746,666 169. It has been an essential tool in helping millions unlock a spiritual path to happiness for over 20 years. Tiger Eyes by Judy Blume Dell, 1982 1,685,272 183. Ramona Quimby, Age 8 by Beverly Cleary Avon, 1992 1,586,721 205. Stine Scholastic, 1993 1,428,820 250. By Used Price: 80% Off Awarded the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for History, The Radicalism of the American Revolution by Gordon Wood argues that the American Revolution by rights deserves a place among the French, Industrial and Russian Revolutions as one of the great events in history. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie Year released: 1939 Copies sold: 100 million Agatha Christie reinvented the mystery genre with 66 novels and 14 short story collections, including —most of which were ultimately adapted for the screen.