Unit sales of print books fell 8% in the week ended Oct. 8, 2022, from the comparable week in 2021, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Adult fiction was the only category to have an increase, with units up 2% over the week ended Oct. 9, 2021. The top-selling new adult titles were Righteous Prey by John Sandford and Mad Honey by Jodi Picoult, which sold about 30,000 and 27,000 copies, respectively. The top title in the category overall was It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover, which sold roughly 44,000 copies. Sales of adult nonfiction dropped 11.4% despite solid first-week sales for a number of new books. Maggie Haberman’s Confidence Man was #1, selling nearly 57,000 copies. Lighter by Yung Pueblo sold more than 37,000 copies, and The World of the End by David Jeremiah sold nearly 17,000 copies. Last year at this time, The Storyteller by Dave Grohl was #1 on the nonfiction list, selling about 62,000 copies. Juvenile nonfiction sales dropped 15.1%, with the large games/activities/hobbies subcategory posting the largest decline (25.4%). Juvenile fiction sales fell 11.4%, with the subcategories of general fiction and history/sports/people/places both falling by more than 17% compared to last year. The drop in the juvenile fiction category came despite good showings by two new releases. Build the Unicorn by Nancy Dickerman sold more than 63,000 copies, landing in first place on the category list. Busy Betty by Reese Witherspoon was in fourth place on the juvenile list, selling more than 14,000 copies.