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Here’s How Not To Ban A Book

Here are five of the top 10 best-selling books in the hardcover fiction category in the Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition of March 19-20.

1. Green Eggs and Ham.,
Dr. Seuss/Random House Young Readers

4. One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish,
Dr. Seuss/Random House Young Readers

5. The Cat in the Hat,
Dr. Seuss/Random House Young Readers

6. Oh, the Places You’ll Go!,
Dr. Seuss/Random House Young Readers

9. Fox in Socks,
Dr. Seuss/Random House Young Readers


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