Unit sales of print books rose 0.9% in the week ended Feb. 22, 2020, over the comparable week in 2019, at outlets that report to NPD BookScan. The juvenile fiction category had the largest increase over the week ended Feb. 23, 2019, posting a 5.5% gain. The annual Dr. Seuss promotion began to kick in during the week, and five of the top 10 books in the category were by the popular author, led by Green Eggs and Ham, which sold more than 14,000 copies, placing it second on the category list, trailing Dav Pilkey’s Fetch-22 (Dog Man #8), which sold nearly 19,000 copies in the week. Print unit sales rose 1.4% over 2019 in the adult nonfiction category. Mamba Mentality by Kobe Bryant was #1 on the adult nonfiction list. Originally released in October 2018, the title returned to the bestseller list following the death of the former Lakers star in a helicopter accident in late January. A new release, Dark Towers by David Enrich, was second on the adult nonfiction list, selling nearly 15,000 copies. Adult fiction unit sales dipped 0.8% in the most recent week compared to 2019. Where the Crawdads Sign by Delia Owens stayed number #1 in the category, selling more than 17,000 copies. The bestselling new release was Chasing Cassandra: The Ravenels by Lisa Kleypas, a mass market paperback that landed in fourth place, selling more than 12,000 copies. Units fell 8.6% in the YA category. Last year at this time, Angie Thomas had two books (On the Come Up and The Hate U Give) atop the category list, and they sold a combined 16,500 copies; in the most recent week, the top two titles combined to sell about 7,400 copies.