Unit sales of print books dipped 2.9% in the week ended Aug. 13, 2022, from the comparable week last year, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. The week’s sales pattern looked a lot like that of the previous week’s—a modest decline, with higher sales of adult fiction and young adult titles offset by lower adult nonfiction and juvenile sales. The 7.5% decline in adult nonfiction sales came despite a strong first week for I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy, which sold more than 41,000 copies, landing it in first place on the category list. In the week ended Aug. 14, 2021, American Marxism by Mark Levine was #1, selling about 43,000 copies. The highest-debuting title a year ago was Woke, Inc. by Vivek Ramaswamy, which sold more than 21,000 copies. Colleen Hoover managed to place seven books among the top 10 adult fiction bestsellers, helping to boost category sales 13.2%. It Ends with Us was #1, selling more than 89,000 copies, and her seven books sold about 320,000 copies in total. Sales of YA fiction were up 1.5% in the week. For the second consecutive week, Long Live the Pumpkin Queen by Shea Ernshaw was the category’s top title, with more than 22,000 copies sold. It’s Not Summer Without You was #2, selling more than 13,000 copies, and was the highest-ranking of Jenny Han’s four books on the category list. Sales of juvenile nonfiction had the largest drop of the major categories, falling 15%, with declines in each of its subcategories.