Unit sales of print books rose 4.8% in the week ended June 11, 2021, over the comparable week in 2020, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Adult fiction led the way, with sales up 23.2% over the week ended June 12, 2020. The top book was The President’s Daughter by James Patterson and Bill Clinton, which sold more than 60,000 copies in its first week. Other new novels that did well included The Texan Code by Diana Palmer, which sold more than 18,000 copies, and Don Bentley’s Tom Clancy: Target Acquired, which sold nearly 16,000 copies. YA fiction print sales increased 17.9% in the most recent week, largely driven by backlist titles. They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera remained the category’s top title, selling more than 14,000 copies. Leigh Bardugo’s books continue to be steady sellers, led by Shadow and Bone, the basis for the Netflix show of the same name: the book sold nearly 7,000 copies, and six other Bardugo books sold a total of about 25,000 copies. Juvenile fiction sales rose 3.3%, with one new title doing well: The Bench, written by Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and illustrated by Christian Robinson, sold almost 16,000 copies in its first week. Adult nonfiction sales fell 3% in the most recent week. Last year at this time books on social justice and race were in demand, led by Ijeoma Oluo’s So You Want to Talk About Race, which sold more than 57,000 copies. In the most recent week in 2021, Killing the Mob by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard was #1 in the category, selling more than 19,000 copies.