With gains in the four major book categories, unit sales of print books rose 2.8% in the week ended Oct. 5, 2019, over the comparable week in 2018, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Guts by Raina Telgemeier continued to drive sales gains in the juvenile nonfiction category, where print units increased 13.8% over the week ended Oct. 6, 2018. Guts sold more than 23,000 copies in its third week. Dog Man: Guide to Creating Comics in 3-D by Kate Howard was in second place on the juvenile nonfiction list, selling 8,800 copies in its first week. Unit sales of adult nonfiction increased 4% over 2018, led by two new books: Blowout by Rachel Maddow topped the category bestseller list, selling more than 68,000 copies; in second place was The Book of Gutsy Women by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, which sold nearly 30,000 copies. Trailing the Clintons was Bill O’Reilly’s The United States of Trump, which sold more than 26,000 copies. Print unit sales rose 3.5% in the adult fiction category despite there being no new hot title. The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates remained in first place on the fiction list, selling more than 34,000 copies. Bloody Genius by John Sandford was the top-selling new novel, landing in the fourth spot on the category list, with more than 24,000 copies sold. Print unit sales inched up 0.5% in the juvenile fiction category. While Dav Pilkey’s For Whom the Ball Rolls (Dog Man #7) remained #1, with about 45,000 copies sold, a new release, A Tale of Magic by Chris Colfer, hit the list in the third spot, with more than 13,000 copies sold.