Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonA year into his presidency, Biden is polling at an all-time low The Memo: 2024 chatter reveals Democratic nervousness Second gentleman Emhoff acts as public link to White House MORE's newest book sold fewer than 3,000 copies in its first week on sale, The New York Times reported.
The book, titled "Stronger Together," outlines policies Clinton would pursue if she were elected president.
According to the Times, a book's first-week sales normally make up about a third of the total sold.
The book features a photo of Clinton and her running mate, Sen. Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineDemocrats make voting rights push ahead of Senate consideration Sunday shows - Voting rights legislation dominates Kaine says core of spending bill will pass but most of it is 'dead' MORE (D-Va.), on the cover and labels it: "A blueprint for America's future."
It gives readers "specific and practical solutions, while also articulating a bold and expansive vision of change and renewal" and runs about 250 pages.
The proceeds from the book will reportedly go to charity.
In line with the release of the book, Clinton plans to do "a series of 'Stronger Together' speeches over the course of the next several weeks," campaign spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri said, according to the Times.
Clinton talked about her book last week.
"We’re putting out a book tomorrow, called ‘Stronger Together,’ which is our blueprint for America’s future,” Clinton said at the time, speaking with reporters on her plane.