With more than a million books up for grabs from 50% to 90% off recommended retail price. the biggest book event in town returns to spread the love of reading.
The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale will be open 24 hours a day to Davaoenos for 11 days from November 22 to December 2 at the Enderun Tent, Azuela Cove in Davao City. Entrance to the Sale is FREE! with over 150,000 last year, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is excited to welcome more book lovers this year bringing you over a million-brand new English book on sale.
Avid readers can expect multiple genres that include fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, and premium titles at the Book Sale. Visitors can enjoy browsing through the wide selection of fiction titles, which includes literature, thriller, romance, young adults. Numerous genres such as music, self-help, architecture, biographies, and many more will cater to everyone’s needs and allow people to pick up new books they’ve never tried before. The children’s books, which include activity books, pop-up books, picture books, coloring books, and audiobooks will leave parents spoilt choice and encourages them to create a love for reading from a young age.
The Big Bad Wolf Sale is a Malaysian Book Fair that is frequently held in Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Taiwan, Pakistan, Thailand, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates and has explored four cities in the Philippines including Manila, Davao, Cebu, and Pampanga. With last year’s turnout, we’re excited to see more Davaoenos at the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale this year. Through the enthusiastic welcome that they received, they find it heartwarming to see Filipinos looking forward to attending the Book Sale again in Davao this year, said Jacqueline Ng, Co-Founder of the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale.
Along with their goal to continuously instill and create a love for reading, The Big Bad Wolf advocates several charities through its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm, the Red Readerhood (RRH) that enables readers to give the best to the least.
Here in the Philippines, they work with Gawad Kalinga, as they reach out to the communities in the country by giving back and helping to make a difference in every place they visit. Promoting literacy, reaching out to children and adults, sharing with them the joys and benefits of reading, both organization believes that reading is meant for all.
Now in its 10th year, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale aims to encourage reading by providing high-quality, brand new English books at low prices.
(c) Photo courtesy of The Big Bad Wolf Fb Page