With all categories posting gains of at least 11%, unit sales of print books jumped 19.5% in the week ended Nov. 14, 2020, over the comparable week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. There were no new books that made a big splash in the week, with the overall increase due to strength in both backlist and frontlist titles. The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be by Joanna Gaines was the top new title, selling more than 43,000 copies and helping to lift unit sales in the adult nonfiction category by 11.9%. Unit sales rose 22.5% in adult fiction over the week ended Nov. 16, 2019. Michael Connelly’s The Law of Innocence was #1 in the category, selling more than 43,000 copies in its first week. Marauder by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison landed in the sixth spot on the category list, selling more than 17,000 in its first week. Print unit sales increased 27.1% in juvenile fiction. Jeff Kinney’s The Deep End (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #15) topped the category list, selling more than 102,000 copies. The top new title was J.K. Rowling’s The Ickabog, which sold more than 36,000 copies. YA fiction had the largest increase among all categories, without a major contribution from a new release. Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer was #1 again in the category, selling almost 18,000 copies. The top new title was Love & Olives by Jenna Evans Welch, which sold 3,200 copies. This Is Your Time by Ruby Bridges sold 9,500 copies in its first week, good enough for third place on the juvenile nonfiction list, where units jumped 24.3%.