Unit sales of print books fell 3.2% in the week ended Feb. 8, 2020, compared to the similar week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. Unit sales of adult fiction declined 5.6% compared to the week ended Feb. 9, 2019. J.D. Robb had the top seller in the category in both the most recent week in 2020 and in the comparable week a year ago. Last year, Connected in Death sold about 29,000 copies in its first week, while Golden in Death sold more than 27,000 copies in its debut week this year. Four new books landed on the top 10 bestsellers list in the adult fiction category, including Crooked River by Douglas Preston, which sold more than 20,000 copies. Units slipped 1.4% in adult nonfiction, despite a good start for Jessica Simpson’s memoir, Open Book, which sold more than 59,000 copies in its first week. A Very Stable Genius by Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig was a distant second on the category list, selling just under 16,000 copies. Dav Pilkey’s Fetch-22 (Dog Man #8) retained its top spot on the juvenile fiction list, selling more than 19,000 copies, but units in the segment fell 4.8% compared to 2019. Print unit sales inched up 0.9% in juvenile fiction as Big Preschool knocked Raina Telgemeier’s Guts from its longtime perch as the category #1 seller by a 600-copy margin, selling 6,646 copies. The YA fiction category had a 14.2% drop in sales compared to 2020. Straight on Till Morning by Liz Braswell was #1, selling more than 4,000 copies; last year, On the Come Up by Angie Thomas was in the top spot, with more than 21,000 copies sold.