Borders lost more money in April than it did in March, according to statements filed with the bankruptcy court Friday. The company had a loss from continuing operations of $32.1 million in the month, and when reorganization costs are added in lost a total of $132 million. Sales in the March 27-April 30 period were $101 million and other revenue of $72.1 million making for total revenue of $173.1 million.

In the February 27-March 26 period, the chain lost $24.3 million on revenue of $165.2 million, which included $91.4 million in sales.