Book sales rose 3.6% while e-book sales rose 173.6%.
Of course, the e-book sales of $8.8 million are a drop in the bucket compared to book sales of $785 million.
Other interesting stats indicate adult books are suffering while children's books are doing well:
Adult mass markets fell 12% to $56.4 million.
Adult paperbacks dropped 24.7% to $102 million.
Adult hardcovers fell 33.9% to $60.5 million.
Children's/YA hardcovers rose 60% to $54.4 million.
Children's/YA paperbacks climbed 9.3% to $37.4 million.
Audiobooks fell 45.9% to $7.7 million