Fall in love with words at the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Manila 2020

Book lovers, listen up! The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is returning to Manila this love month. From February 14-24, 2020, the world’s biggest book sale will be open 24/7 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City. Entrance is absolutely FREE.

You can also stand a chance to win a trolley full of books or one of 20 daily winners of P700 cash vouchers when you join Big Bad Wolf’s social media contests from February 13-23.

More than 2 million English titles will be available at 50-90% off, plus a new promotion called “Crazy Deals,” which marks down select titles for as low as P60, will also be introduced this year.

Get a chance to own beloved titles such as China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan, Into The Water by Paula Hawkins, The Power Of I Am by Joel Osteen, You Are Badass At Making Money by Jen Sincero, and My LIttle Pony:The Princess Collection Bozed Set at discounted rates. Also enjoy the wide array of books from every genre, plus books for children including story books, activity books, board books, pop-up books, and picture books.

The Magical Book series, exclusively distributed by Big Bad Wolf here in Asia, will also be available for sale. The series, which incorporates augmented reality (AR) technology, will have 12 new titles available including Frozen: A Sleepover Party and Winnie The Pooh: Fun With First Words. This is the perfect time to complete your collection as there will be a Buy 5, Get 1 promotion on Magical Books.

More than selling books, Big Bad Wolf is a reading advocacy organization that aims to create a love for reading amongst the less fortunate. Through its corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm Red Readerhood, in partnership with Gawad Kalinga, the program has collected a total of 16,123 books from previous sales and have been donated to impoverished areas in Palawan, Negros Oriental, Leyte, and the Cordilleras.

Also in collaboration with the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines, BBW is fostering a culture of respect for the copyright system while encouraging reading among Filipinos through accessible and affordable books.

To learn more about Big Bad Wolf, check out the website www.bigbadwolfbooks.com, or follow them on Facebook (facebook.com/bbwbooksphilippines) or Instagram (@bbwbooksph).

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