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The top 15 best-selling adult and kids books in July at Liberty Bay Books, an independent book shop in Poulsbo.

Adults

1. “Boys in the Boat,” by Daniel James Brown*

2. “Everything I Need to Know I Learned from a Little Golden Book,” by Diane Muldrow

3. “Loyalty,” by Ingrid Thoft*

4. “I Love You More,” by Jennifer Murphy*

5. “Love, Water, Memory,” by Jennie Shortridge*

6. “Cuckoos Calling,” by Robert Galbraith

7. “Antiquity by David,” Cabbell*

8. “Day Hike! Olympic Peninsula 3rd Edition,” by Seabury Blair Jr.*

9. “The Pacific Northwest’s Best Trips: 37 Amazing Road Trips,” by Lonely Planet/Mariella Krause

10. “Real Love Stories Never Have Endings,” by Beatrice Marx*

11. “All the Light We Cannot See,” by Anthony Doerr*

12. “The Silkworm,” by Robert Galbraith

13. “Written in My Own Hearts Blood,” by Diana Gabaldon

14. “What Happened Here,” by Bonnie ZoBell

15. “The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry,” by Rachel Joyce

Kids

1. “Two Speckled Eggs,” by Jennifer Mann*

2. “If I Stay,” by Gayle Forman

3. “The Maze Runner,” by James Dashner

4. “The Day the Crayons Quit,” by Drew Daywalt

5. “Frozen: Troll Magic,” by Courtney Carbone

6. “Minecraft Essential Handbook,” by Scholastic

7. “Frozen: Anna’s Act of Love/Elsa’s Icy Magic 2-books-in-1,” by Lisa Marsoli

8. “Where’s Waldo? in Hollywood,” by Martin Hanford

9. “Where’s Waldo? #1,” by Martin Hanford

10. “Frozen: A Tale of Two Sisters,” by Melissa Lagonegro

11. “Frozen: The Junior Novelization,” by Sarah Nathan and Sela Roman

12. “Disney’s The Never Girls: In a Blink,” by Kiki Thorpe

13. “Minecraft Redstone Handbook,” by Scholastic

14. “Frozen: Big Snowman, Little Snowman,” by Tish Rabe

15. “Where’s Waldo? The Great Picture Hunt,” by Martin Hanford

*Pacific Northwest author

Liberty Bay Books is located at 18881 D Front St., Poulsbo, Wash. Find them online at www.libertybaybooks.com, or on Facebook.

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