Unit sales of print books dropped 3% in the week ended Jan. 15, 2022, from the comparable week last year, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Nonfiction sales remained soft, and adult nonfiction sales fell 7.8% from the week ended Jan. 16, 2021. Once again, it was softness throughout the category rather than the lack of a big bestseller that fueled the decline. Indeed, the two top titles in the category—Baby Steps Millionaires by Dave Ramsey and Glenn Beck’s The Great Reset—sold about 65,000 copies and 58,000 copies, respectively, easily beating the top title at this time last year: Barack Obama’s A Promised Land, which sold about 33,000 copies in the similar week. Juvenile nonfiction sales fell 11.6% in the week, as all of the category’s largest subcategories had double-digit declines. My Little Golden Book of Betty White by Deborah Hopkinson remained the #1 title, selling almost 12,000 copies. Juvenile fiction sales also fell, dropping 2.9%. Little Blue Truck’s Valentine by Alice Schertle was the category’s top title, selling more than 21,000 copies; it was #1 at this time a year ago, selling about 28,000 copies. Adult fiction continues to be the industry’s brightest spot in early 2022, with sales up 12.7% in the week. Colleen Hoover books took three of the top four spots on the category list, including It Ends with Us at #1, with nearly 39,000 copies sold. To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara was the bestselling new release, selling just over 16,000 copies, putting it in fifth place on the category list.