With sales declining in every category, overall unit sales of print books dropped 12.6% in the week ended Apr. 23, 2022, from the comparable week last year, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Sales in adult nonfiction fell 16.4% compared to the week ended Apr. 24, 2021. The top seller in the category was Own Your Past, Change Your Future by John Delony, which sold more than 31,000 copies in its first week. Last year, World Travel by Anthony Bourdain was #1, selling more than 50,000 copies. Sales in the autobiography/biography/memoir subcategory dropped 33.7% in the week, and sales of travel books fell almost 30%. Adult fiction had the best week among the major categories, but sales were still down 4.5%. Dream Town by David Baldacci was #1 in adult fiction, selling more than 38,000 copies. A year ago, Baldacci’s Gambling Man was in the top slot, selling about 44,000 copies. Beautiful by Danielle Steel sold more than 20,000 copies in its first week, putting it in sixth place on the most recent adult fiction chart. Sales of juvenile fiction fell 10% compared to last year. Dav Pilkey had the #1 book in both weeks. On Purpose, the newest in his Cat Kid Comic Club series, sold almost 50,000 copies in the week ended Apr. 23, 2022, slightly more than the 47,000 copies Mothering Heights sold in the comparable week last year. YA fiction sales fell almost 20% in the week. Last year, Adam Silvera’s They Both Die at the End was #1 in the category, selling more than 13,000 copies, while in the most recent week, A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson was #1, selling about 8,500 copies.