Adult Titles Drove a 24% Print Book Sales Gain Last Week

Unit sales of print books rose 24% last week over the comparable week in 2020. Sales of travel books continued to rebound after a disastrous 2020, and graphic novel sales soared again. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2021-04-29 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Sales of Adult Titles Had Big Gains Last Week

Unit sales of print books jumped 35% last week over the comparable week in 2020, driven by huge sales gains for adult books. At this point last spring, sales of adult books were soft because of the pandemic. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Print Unit Sales Rose 6% Last Week Led by Adult Titles

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Higher Digital Sales Drove Gains of Adult Books in August

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