With big declines in both the adult nonfiction and fiction categories, unit sales of print books fell 7.1% in the week ended Nov. 16, 2019, compared to the similar week in 2018, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Unit sales dropped 10.1% in adult nonfiction compared to the week ended Nov. 17, 2018. The decline was largely due to the release last year of Michelle Obama’s Becoming, which sold more than 710,000 copies in its first week. The top adult nonfiction sellers in the most recent week were triggered by Donald Trump Jr. and With All Due Respect by Nikki Haley, which sold over 44,000 and 33,000 copies, respectively. Print unit sales in adult fiction fell 7.2% compared to 2018. In both years, Janet Evanovich held the #1 spot on the category bestseller list; in the most recent week, Twisted Twenty-Six topped the fiction chart, with almost 47,000 copies sold, while last year, Look Alive Twenty-Five sold about 50,000 copies. In second place in the most recent week was John Grisham’s The Guardians, which sold more than 27,000 copies, while last year, David Baldacci’s Long Road to Mercy was in second place, with just over 50,000 copies sold. Juvenile nonfiction was the only category that had a unit sales increase year over year, with sales up 2.3%, thanks to Guts by Raina Telgemeier, which sold over 17,000 copies. Unit sales fell 2.9% in juvenile fiction. Jeff Kinney topped the list in both 2018 and 2019 with his Wimpy Kid series. Last year, The Meltdown was #1, selling over 116,000 copies; in the most recent week, Wrecking Ball topped the category chart, selling more than 114,000 copies.