Double-digit gains in the adult categories helped boost print unit sales 8.7% in the week ended Nov. 28, 2020, over the comparable week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Print unit sales jumped 22.2% over the week ended Nov. 30, 2019, in the adult nonfiction category, led by Barack Obama’s A Promised Land, which sold about 410,000 copies in its second week. The top new title in the category was Modern Warriors by Pete Hegseth, which sold more than 30,000 copies. Three new releases contributed to the 13.5% increase in unit sales in the adult fiction category: Ready Player Two by Ernest Cline was #1, selling 99,000 copies; next was Deadly Cross by James Patterson, which sold more than 42,000 copies, followed by The Awakening by Nora Roberts, which sold a little more than 27,000 copies. Print units increased 29.1% over 2019 in the YA category. Holly Black’s How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories sold nearly 16,000 copies in its first week, landing it in second place on the category list. Stephenie Meyer’s Midnight Sun remained #1, selling more than 26,000 copies. Units rose 5.9% in juvenile nonfiction, with The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be by Joanna Gaines remaining at #1 on the category list. Juvenile fiction sales dropped 6.1% compared to 2019. Last year at this time, three Disney Press titles ruled the top of the category list, led by 5-Minute Frozen, which sold more than 199,000 copies. In the most recent week, Jeff Kinney’s The Deep End (Wimpy Kid #15) was #1, selling more than 83,000 copies.