The book managed to sell only 3,212 copies in its first week, and did not make it into the top 50 bestsellers.
Meghan Markle recently brought out her inner writer with her new children’s book The Bench.
And despite the 40-page book being promoted online due to the fame of the Duchess of Sussex, reports have revealed that it did not do well on the UK book charts in the first week since its release.
The book managed to sell only 3,212 copies in its first week, and also failed to reach the top 50.
Nevertheless, it managed to top the bestseller list of comic books, with its beloved illustrations by award-winning artist Christian Robinson.
Additionally, despite the drop in sales, Mirror Online reports that the book’s publishers, Penguin Random House Children’s (PRH), will still be able to benefit from it, as they hold the rights to sell the English version of the book. all over the world.
Apart from that, the publisher can also sell its translation rights to other publishers, which means that Megan’s book can be a huge hit if it is translated into other languages.
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