Big gains in adult fiction drove a 1.6% increase in overall print unit sales in the week ended Mar. 25, 2023, over the comparable week in 2022, at outlets that report to Circana BookScan. It was the third consecutive week print sales were up over 2022. The 12.4% increase in sales of adult fiction was led by a number of new releases, specifically new graphic novels published by Viz Media. Spy X Family, Vol. 9 by Tatsuya Endo was #1 in the category, selling more than 31,000 copies. A second title, Jujutsu Kaisen, Vol. 19 by Gege Akutami, was in fifth place on the category list, selling nearly 23,000 copies. The trade paperback edition of Laura Dave’s The Last Thing He Told Me was in the ninth spot, selling almost 19,000 copies. Young adult sales increased 2.5% without the benefit of a new release. If He Had Been with Me by Laura Nowlin topped the category list, selling more than 12,000 copies. Three new titles couldn’t prevent sales in adult nonfiction from falling 3.1%. The top new title on the list, debuting in the second spot, was Eat to Beat Your Diet by William W. Li, which sold more than 19,000 copies. Li’s book was followed by Poverty, by America by Matthew Desmond, which sold nearly 17,000 copies, and Change Your Brain Every Day by Daniel G. Amen, which sold 14,000 copies. Juvenile fiction sales dipped 1% compared to last year. Little Daymond Learns to Earn by Daymond John sold more than 17,000 copies in its first week, landing it in third place on the category list.