2012 Top Ten Best Sellers for the Store

Once a year I give the top ten best sellers for the store (not just my department). It’s also the only list that I give the sale numbers for. This year’s list includes two non-book items. Since most readers of this blog are probably mostly interested in the best selling books I’ve included the two non-book items in the place where they fall on the list but I’ve not numbered them so you will see the top ten best selling books. As for publishers Zondervan dominated the list with five out of ten entries.

# 10 – Crazy Love by Francis Chan (David C. Cook) – 279 sold

Crazy Love

# 9 – Made to Crave by Lysa TerKerkeurst (Zondervan) – 296 sold

Made to Crave

Non-book # 1 – Courageous (DVD) – 317 sold


# 8 – Circle Maker by Mark Batterson (Zondervan) – 339 sold

Circle Maker

# 7 – 40 Days of Heaven by Randy Alcorn (Tyndale) – 358 sold

50 Days of Heaven

# 6 – The Christian and the Holy Spirit by Bill Bright (New Life Resources) – 410 sold

Christian and the Holy Spirit

# 5 – Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones (Zondervan) – 463 sold

Jesus Storybook Bible

Non-book # 2 – Little People Christmas Nativity by Fisher-Price – 569 sold

Little People Nativity

# 4 – One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp (Zondervan) – 783 sold

One Thousand Gifts

# 3 – James by Beth Moore (LifeWay Christian Resources) – 1,171 sold


# 2 – The Story (Zondervan) 1,838 sold

The Story

# 1 – Jesus Calling by Sarah Young (Thomas Nelson, two editions) – 2,122 sold

Jesus Calling






About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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One Response to 2012 Top Ten Best Sellers for the Store

  1. Jeff Lewis says:

    Seems that the “Jesus Calling” is a very popular choice that is going around right now. Especially for gifts and such.

    Also I wanted to extend a super-huge “Thank You,” again, for the book “Out of Context,” by Professor Schultz. I have thumbed through it just a bit and I can already foresee me developing a small group study with this book.

    You know, I would certainly love to have the opportunity to become more involved with Baker Books, as well as the Baker Book House…


    – JJ


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