With double-digit increases in all but one category, unit sales of print books rose 20.2% in the week ended July 25, 2020, over the comparable week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Though it didn’t have the biggest gain in the week, the adult nonfiction segment had the top book, as Mary L. Trump’s Too Much and Never Enough sold nearly 406,000 copies, driving a 23.9% increase in sales in the category. A book with a different point of view, How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps by Ben Shapiro, landed in second place on the adult nonfiction list, selling more than 54,000 copies in its first week. Print unit sales jumped 47.3% in the juvenile nonfiction category over the week ended July 27, 2019. Big Preschool Workbook was #1 on the category list, selling almost 33,000 copies. The juvenile fiction category had big gains from its two bestselling books: Kindergarten, Here I Come by D.J. Steinberg sold more than 14,000 copies, followed by Pre-K Jumbo Workbook, which sold more than 13,000 copies. The adult fiction category had the smallest increase in the week, with print units up 4.6%. Brad Thor’s Near Dark sold just under 24,000 copies in its first week, which was good enough to take the top spot on the category list. While The Ballads of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins remained in first place on the YA fiction list, two new books landed in second and third: The Shadow of Kyoshi by F.C. Fee sold nearly 11,000 copies, and Geese Are Never Swans by Eva Clark sold 10,000 copies.