News USA Today Booklist: July 17-22: Naruto Hangs On
posted on 2007-07-26 22:09 EDT
After moving down from 53 to 60 last week, Naruto volume 15 rose slightly in USA Today's list of the top 150 best-selling books for the week of July 17 through July 22. Unsurprisingly, six of the top ten books on the list were various volumes of the Harry Potter series, but Naruto now holds the number 58 position. Kingdom Hearts II, which spent two weeks on the list and rose as high as 136, dropped off it.
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