Unit sales of print books rose 2.8% in the week ended Feb. 12, 2022, compared to the similar in 2021, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Sales in the adult nonfiction category fell again, but the 0.8% drop was the smallest decline this year. The category also had the week’s #1 title overall: Life Force by Tony Robbins sold more than 90,000 copies in its first week. Another new release, Living Fully by Mallory Ervin, landed in the fourth spot on the category list, selling almost 17,000 copies. The adult fiction category had another good week, with sales up 16.9% over the week ended Feb. 13, 2021. J.D. Robb’s Abandoned in Death was #1 in the category, selling more than 31,000 copies in its first week. In seventh place on the category list was The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas, which sold almost 17,000 copies. Colleen Hoover had four books in the top 10, which sold a total of more than 95,000 copies. Juvenile fiction sales ended a losing streak with sales up 1.5%. Alice Schertle’s Little Blue Truck’s Valentine stayed #1 in the category, selling more than 57,000 copies. Backlist titles dominated the top of category bestsellers in the week. Unit sales in YA fiction rose 13.3% over 2021. Scott Cawthon’s The Fourth Closet was #1, selling more than 12,000 copies. Juvenile nonfiction sales had only a small decline, falling 0.6%. Pop-Up Peekaboo! I Love You and Baby Touch and Feel: I Love You, both published by DK, were #1 and #2 on the category list, selling about 14,000 copies and 12,000 copies, respectively.