With gains in all major categories but adult nonfiction, overall unit sales of print books rose 2.9% in the week ended Mar. 18, 2023, compared to the similar week in 2022, at outlets that report to Circana BookScan. It was the second consecutive week when sales rose over last year. Once again, adult fiction led the increase, with sales up 14.6%. Colleen Hoover had the three most popular books in the category and had five titles in the top 10, which sold about 132,000 copies combined. Two new releases also contributed to the gain, with Harlan Coben’s I Will Find You in fourth place on the category list, selling more than 27,000 copies. The Oprah Book Club pick Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano was in sixth place, selling nearly 23,000 copies. Adult nonfiction fell a relatively small 2.9% from last year. Saved, by Fox News reporter Benjamin Hall, was #1, selling more than 58,000 in its first week. Another new title, Paris Hilton’s memoir, Paris, landed in the fourth spot on the list, selling more than 13,000 copies. Young adult fiction sales rose 4.1% despite no new title making a major impact. If He Had Been with Me by Laura Nowlin was #1 in the category, selling more than 12,000 copies. The juvenile fiction category eked out a 0.5% increase, with How to Catch a Leprechaun by Adam Wallace moving into the top spot the week of St. Patrick’s Day, selling nearly 26,000 copies. Juvenile nonfiction sales increased 1.9.%. Oh Say Can You Say Di-No-Saur by Bonnie Worth was the top title in the category, selling nearly 10,000 copies.