With the adult nonfiction category posting a 10.2% decline in print unit sales in the week ended Feb. 5, 2022, total unit sales of print books fell 3.9% from the comparable week in 2021 at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. The top two titles on the nonfiction bestsellers list remained the same as in the previous week, with Red Handed: How American Elites Get Rich by Helping China Win by Peter Schweizer at #1, selling more than 37,000 copies, followed by James Clear’s Atomic Habits, which sold about 31,000 copies. The best debut was Collective Illusions by Todd Rose, which sold more than 11,000 copies in its first week, putting it in seventh place on the category list. Sales of juvenile fiction fell 5.7% from the week ended Feb. 6, 2021, despite another good week for Little Blue Truck’s Valentine by Alice Schertle, which sold just over 47,000 copies. Goodbye Stacey, Goodbye by Ann M. Martin sold more than 24,000 copies in its first week, landing it in third place on the category list. As has been the case for much of 2022, adult fiction was a bright spot, with sales up 11.4%. Chainsaw Man, Vol. 9 by Tatsuki Fujimoto managed to knock Colleen Hoover out of the #1 spot on the category list, selling more than 34,000 copies in its first week. Another new graphic novel published by Viz Media was in the #3 spot, as Jujutsu Kaisen, Vol. 14 by Greg Akutami sold more than 28,000 copies. YA fiction sales rose 14.6%, helped by the release of Court by Tracy Wolff, which was #1 on the category list, selling more than 16,000 copies.