With all nonfiction categories posting double-digit declines, unit sales of print books fell 9.4% in the week ended June 25, 2022, from the comparable week in 2021, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. The industry’s largest category, adult nonfiction, had a 14.2% drop in sales compared to the week ended June 26, 2021. Battle for the American Mind by Pete Hegseth remained #1 in the category, selling more than 23,000 copies in its second week. Ed Yong’s An Immense World was the top new release in the category, selling more than 10,000 copies, landing it in seventh place on the category list. Juvenile nonfiction sales declined 17.7%. Last year at this time, Dude Perfect 101 Tricks, Tips, and Cool Stuff sold more than 46,000 copies in its first week, followed by another new title, Barbara Taylor’s Discovery: Build the Shark, which sold more than 22,000 copies. In the most recent week, the #1 title was Crystal Radke’s My First Learn-to-Write Workbook, which sold just over 9,000 copies. The young adult fiction category had the best week, with sales up 7.5%. The gain was driven by five Jenny Han titles, all of which benefitted from Amazon Prime’s adaptation of her book The Summer I Turned Pretty. Two editions of that title together sold more than 91,000 copies, while the #1 title in the category was a reprint of Han’s It’s Not Summer Without You, which sold nearly 59,000 copies. Sales of adult fiction rose 3.4% over 2021. The trade paperback edition of Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens was #1, helped by publicity for the forthcoming movie based on the novel.