With the juvenile and YA nonfiction categories both posting better than 32% gains, unit sales of print books rose 10.3% in the week ended Sept. 26, 2020, over the comparable week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Unit sales rose 32.3% in juvenile nonfiction over the week ended Sept. 28, 2019. Two new titles helped boost sales: Superpowered by Renee Jain sold more than 11,000 copies in its first week, putting it in second place on the category list. Channel Kindness debuted in sixth place on the list, selling nearly 8,000 copies. In third place was Patricia Brennan Demuth’s Who Is Ruth Bader Ginsburg?, which sold more than 11,000 copies. Stamped by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi was #1 in YA nonfiction, selling almost 8,000 copies. Total units in the category rose 34.5% over 2019. Print unit sales in YA fiction increased 29.3% without the benefit of a hot new title. Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer easily stayed the #1 book in the category, selling more than 28,000 copies. Similarly, unit sales rose 16.6% in the juvenile fiction category with no new hit. Dav Pilkey’s Grime and Punishment (Dog Man #9) was #1 again, selling nearly 72,000 copies. Print unit sales in adult nonfiction rose 7.8%. Rage by Bob Woodward stayed in the top spot on the category list, selling more than 72,000 copies. In second place was Solutions and Other Problems by Allie Brosh, which sold more than 37,000 copies in its first week, and Jessie James Decker’s just-released Just Feed Me was #5, selling more than 24,000 copies.