Monday’s issue of the magazine features our annual Facts and Figures feature, and in 2010, familiar names led hardcover fiction, while in trade paperbacks, it was the Stieg Larsson show. Also, this year, for the first time in PW’s 100+ years of annual features on bestsellers, the magazine collected statistics on e-book sales. In the Retailing section, there’s a story on a Washington, D.C., toy store that’s moving into books. Rachel Deahl and Calvin Reid come back from SXSWi a bunch of new paradigms, and in Soapbox, a book editor writes about enlisting her five-year-old son’s help in editing a manuscript. A piece in News looks at author Karin Slaughter's efforts to raise money for libraries, while two charts show who is the largest outlet for trade books and what format is poised to supplant mass market paperbacks.