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Top Ten Books – Part Two – Baker

As we said yesterday, there’s a real dearth of data available for stores that want to manually check their inventory to make sure they’re not missing something, or possibly not giving enough profile to a title that’s doing well elsewhere.  Today we’re looking at Baker (the imprint, not the entire publishing group.)

Baker Top Ten at Spring Arbor – accessed 4/6/17

  1. Grace is Greater – Kyle Idleman
  2. Replenish – Lance Witt
  3. Grieving with Hope: Finding Comfort as You Journey – various
  4. Simple Christianity – John MacArthur
  5. The Mystery – Lacey Sturm
  6. The Seven Sayings of the Savior on the Cross – Arthur Pink
  7. Growing Young – Kara Powell
  8. Resolving Everyday Conflict – Ken Sande
  9. Forgiven and Set Free: Post-Abortion Bible Study – Linda Cochrane
  10. Good Faith – David Kinnaman

Baker Top Ten trade titles at CBD – accessed 4/6/17 *

  1. Grace is Greater – Kyle Idleman
  2. Imagine Heaven – John Burke
  3. 50 People Every Christian Should Know – Warren Wiersbe
  4. Switch on Your Brain – Caroline Leaf
  5. Play the Man – Mark Batterson (preorders)
  6. A Visual Guide to Gospel Events – various (Baker Academic)
  7. The Invisible War – Chip Ingram
  8. Quick Scripture Reference for Counseling, 4th edition – David Kruis
  9. So What’s the Difference, updated and expanded – Fritz Ridenour
  10. The Real God – Chip Ingram

*trade book titles (not downloads) at 44% discount or less

It’s interesting that only the #1 title repeated on both lists; compared to yesterday’s where many were consistent between CBD and Ingram’s Spring Arbor demand list.

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