With only the adult and YA fiction categories posting increases, unit sales of print books still rose 4.1% in the week ended June 5, 2021, over the comparable week in 2020, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Seven of the top 10 bestsellers in the week were new fiction releases, including three graphic novels from Viz Media that sold a combined 68,000 copies. The top three sellers in the week were Golden Girl by Elin Hilderbrand (more than 50,000 copies), Freed: Fifty Shades Freed as Told by Christian by E.L. James (more than 48,000 copies), and Casey McQuiston’s One Last Stop (more than 31,000 copies). Unit sales increased 19.7% in YA fiction without the benefit of a new bestseller. Adam Silvera’s They Both Die in the End remained #1 in the category, selling just over 15,000 copies. Last year at this time, books about social justice were beginning to hit the bestseller lists following the May 25 murder of George Floyd. So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo and White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo were the top two sellers on the adult nonfiction list in the week ended June 6, 2020, selling approximately 36,000 and 30,000 copies, respectively. In the most recent week in 2021, The Killing of the Mob by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard was #1, selling more than 18,000 copies, followed by the newly released How the Word Is Passed by Clint Smith, which sold almost 16,000 copies. Print unit sales in adult nonfiction declined 2.3% compared to a year ago. Unit sales fell 15.1% in juvenile nonfiction in the most recent week and are down 3.2% in the year to date.