Unit sales of print books fell 8.3% in the week ended Mar. 12, 2022, from the comparable week in 2021, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Sales in the adult nonfiction category were down 8.6% compared to the week ended Mar. 13, 2021, despite a strong showing by three new Bibles from Tyndale House. The NLT Premium Gift Bible was #1 on BookScan’s adult nonfiction list, selling more than 91,000 copies, while two other bibles hit the list with a combined 34,000 copies sold. The Wok by J. Kenji Lopez-Alt had a good debut, selling more than 33,000 copies, as did William Barr’s One Damn Thing After Another, which sold just over 23,000 copies. The 13.1% decline in juvenile fiction was due in part to another week of difficult comparisons to last year’s sales of Dr. Seuss books, which were benefitting from the controversy over Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ decision to stop publication of six older Seuss titles. Though Seuss sales in the week ended Mar. 13, 2021, had cooled compared to previous weeks, they were still higher than normal. Green Eggs and Ham, for example, sold almost 45,000 copies a year ago, compared to 18,000 copies in the most recent week. And Easter was 13 days earlier in 2021 than in 2022, boosting sales at this time last year. Adult fiction sales rose 2.9% over 2021, helped by sales of three new releases. Run, Rose, Run by James Patterson and Dolly Parton was the #1 title overall in the most recent week, selling nearly 113,000 copies. In second place on the category list was Shadow Reel by C.J. Box, which sold more than 36,000 copies in its first week.