Unit sales of print books fell 3.2% in the week ended Mar. 7, 2020, compared to the similar week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. The decline was due in large part to the 5.8% drop in unit sales in the adult nonfiction segment. In the week ended Mar. 9, 2019, Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis sold about 156,000 copies in its first full week. The top-selling title in the most recent week in 2020 was Carrie Underwood’s Find Your Path, which sold more than 45,000 copies in its first week on sale. Another new release, The MAGA Doctrine by Charlie Kirk, landed in third place, selling over 27,000 copies. A third new release, Pearls of Wisdom by Barbara Bush, was in sixth place, selling just over 10,000 copies. Three new releases topping the adult fiction bestseller list couldn’t stop sales in the category falling 2.2% compared to 2019. The top seller in the most recent week was House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City) by Sarah J. Maas, which sold nearly 42,000 copies, followed by The Numbers Game by Danielle Steel and Long Range by C.J. Box, which sold just over 20,000 copies each. Print units rose 17.7% over 2019 in the young adult nonfiction segment, led by sales of nearly 5,500 copies of Live by Sadie Robertson. The juvenile fiction category bounced back from a bad week with flat sales in the week ended Mar. 7, 2020. Dr. Seuss books dominated the category bestseller list, led by Green Eggs and Ham, which sold more than 30,000 copies. A new release, Dragonslayer by Tui T. Sutherland, was #2 in the category, selling more than 26,000 copies.