Two different print editions of 'Me Before You' made the list.

Nielsen BookScan has released the list of the bestselling print books of 2016 so far, and the number one spot went to a classic: Dr. Seuss’s Oh, the Places You”ll Go! Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham was also a contender at No. 15.

When Breath Becomes Air, the cerebral memoir by late neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi, continues strong since its publication in January, nabbing a spot at No. 4. Coloring books were big: Johanna Basford’s popular Lost Ocean came in at No. 14, and there were two Harry Potter coloring books (Harry Potter Coloring Book at No. 6 and Harry Potter Magical Creatures at No. 18).

The buzz around the film adaptation of Me Before You has led the book to dominate the print list: the paperback is selling very well at No. 3, while the edition with the movie tie-in cover came in at No. 13. It’s worth noting that the ebook holds the No. 2 spot on Nielsen BookScan’s separate list of the best-selling Kindle books of 2016 so far.

The hardcover of The Girl on the Train is still selling amazingly well, taking the No. 7 spot. Paula Hawkins’ book has been out since January 2015, and was only just released in paperback on Tuesday.

See the two lists in full at Publisher’s Weekly.

The Girl on the Train
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