Unit sales of print books rose 10.9% in the week ended Feb. 20, 2021, over the comparable week in 2020, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. The adult fiction category had a solid week, with unit sales up 20.5% over the week ended Feb. 22, 2020. A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas was the top title, selling nearly 95,000 copies in its first week. In second and third place on the adult fiction list were two Kristin Hannah titles: The Four Winds, which sold more than 46,000 copies, and Firefly Lane, which sold more than 20,000 copies. YA fiction print unit sales jumped 47.7% over 2020, as E. Lockhart’s We Were Liars remained #1 on the category list, selling more than 15,000 copies. Adam Silvera’s They Both Die at the End was second, selling just over 11,000 copies. Stamped by Jason Reynolds continued to lead the YA nonfiction list as the category posted a 55.4% increase over 2020. The adult nonfiction category had the smallest increase in the week, with unit sales up 2.5%. How to Avoid a Climate Disaster by Bill Gates was the top title in the category, selling more than 37,000 copies in its first week. Another new release, Heather McGhee’s The Sum of Us, was in fourth spot on the category list, selling more than 21,000 copies. Juvenile fiction and nonfiction sales rose 14% and 14.1%, respectively, over 2020. Amelia Hepworth’s I Love You to the Moon and Back was #1 in fiction, selling almost 17,000 copies. Vashti Harrison’s Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History was #1 in nonfiction, selling more than 6,000 copies.