Unit sales of print books fell 5% in the week ended Mar. 21, 2020, compared to the similar week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. A huge rise in juvenile and YA nonfiction sales was offset by a big decline in adult nonfiction sales. The 79% jump in juvenile nonfiction was due to a surge in demand for educational and activity books children can use at home. My First Learn-to-Write Workbook by Crystal Radke was tops in the category, which sold nearly 30,000 copies. Workman’s Paint by Number Kids was second in the category, with more than 21,000 copies sold. Three Workman Brian Quest titles also made the top 10 category list, selling a total of about 39,000 copies. Adult fiction sales rose 2.2% over the week ended Mar. 23, 2019. While Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens was #1 on the category list, selling more than 27,000 copies, two new titles landed in the third and fourth spots: The Boy from the Woods by Harlan Coben was #3, with more than 22,000 copies sold, and The Rise of Skywalker by Rae Carson was next, with just under 15,000 copies sold. Three titles with sales of more than 4,000 copies helped boost unit sales in YA nonfiction by 56.9% over the similar week in 2019. Stamped by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi was #1, followed by Live by Sadie Robertson. At #3 was The World of Flowers by Johanna Basford, the adult coloring book that long has been misclassified as a YA nonfiction title (two other Basford books were in the YA top 10). Board books had a big decline in the week, plunging 37.9% from the similar week in 2019.