A huge gain in the juvenile nonfiction category helped offset a decline in adult nonfiction to keep unit sales of print books in the week ended Apr. 25, 2020, nearly even with sales in the similar week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. The 47.7% jump in juvenile nonfiction sales compared to the week ended Apr. 27, 2019, was driven by the continued popularity of education-related books. Crystal Radke’s My First Learn-to-Write Workbook stayed #1 in the category, selling more than 36,000 copies. Rockridge Press, publisher of First Learn-to-Write, had five books on the category’s bestseller list, and they sold a total of about 65,000 copies. Print unit sales in the juvenile fiction category rose 8.7% over 2019. The graduation present favorite, [em]Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss, began its annual climb up the bestseller ranks, topping the category chart and selling more than 16,000 copies. Print unit sales increased 6.9% over 2019 in adult fiction, led by new releases from two bestselling authors: David Baldacci’s Walk the Wire was #1 in the category, selling more than 45,000 copies, while Stephen King’s If It Bleeds followed, selling nearly 43,000 copies. Despite another good week for Magnolia Table, Vol. 2 by Joanna Gaines, which sold almost 52,000 copies, print unit sales fell 16.1% in adult nonfiction. Sales for the category were down 10.1% for the year-to-date, compared to the similar period in 2019. The mass market paperback format posted a rare sales increase, with units eking out a 0.3% gain in the week.