THE WORLD’S BIGGEST BOOK SALE, THE BIG BAD WOLF BOOK SALE, GOES ONLINE THIS NOVEMBER

October 30, 2020

Book lovers rejoice as the World’s Biggest Book Sale, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, returns and will be debuting its new e-commerce platform, for the first time to readers in Malaysia from 4 to 11 November 2020. The 8-day Book Sale fiesta is set to delight book enthusiasts and bibliophiles alike with more than 20 million books and over 40,000 book titles


On top of the massive array of book selections, Malaysian shoppers will get to enjoy brand-new quality books and save up to 90% off recommended retail prices. Readers from all walks of life can traverse through the vast offerings at this year’s virtual Book Sale fiesta where they can find bestseller titles, novels, science fiction, romance, literature, graphic novels, business books, self-help, architecture books, cookbooks, and many more, all under one website. Known for its extensive collection of children’s books; parents can choose from storybooks, activity books, board books, colouring books, picture books, and interactive books to keep their children accompanied in the comfort of their home's.



“The safety of our shoppers and staff is our main priority. With that said, when the pandemic struck earlier this year, we didn’t want it to hamper our ongoing mission to build a new generation of readers and spread the joy of reading. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that book lovers in Malaysia can still enjoy accessible books at their favourite end-of-the-year Book Sale,” said Jacqueline Ng, Co-Founder of the Big Bad Wolf Books. “With our new e-commerce platform, everyone in Malaysia can buy books at this year’s Big Bad Wolf Book Sale safely, no matter where they are,” she added.


With the ongoing Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Putrajaya and Sabah, as well as lockdowns in other affected states, Big Bad Wolf Books hopes to give readers continuous access to knowledge with its library of books — advocating the fun of reading in the comfort of their own homes. Its new e-commerce platform allows consumers to browse a catalogue of over 40,000 titles from the comfort of their own abodes.




Exciting promotions across categories such as Horrible Books, White Star Classic Fairy Tales, Magical Books Deal and book of the Sale, the Christmas 8 in 1 Game Book await readers. Consumers can also enjoy free shipping within Peninsular Malaysia on orders above RM180, as well as offers of RM5 off with a minimum purchase of RM80 or 10% off their total bill with a minimum purchase of RM300, terms and conditions apply. East Malaysian readers will also enjoy 30% off the shipping fee with no minimum spend.


Established in Petaling Jaya in 2009, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale spans across 12 countries in 34 cities, which include Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, The Philippines, Cambodia, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Myanmar, Taiwan, and most recently, Singapore.


More updates on the most-anticipated Online Book Sale in Malaysia to be announced soon on their website and social media. Follow the Big Bad Wolf Books on their Facebook page or Instagram page to stay updated.


About Big Bad Wolf

Driven by passion, Andrew Yap and Jaqueline Ng first launched the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale in 2009 as a warehouse sale in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, providing an exciting array of excess books from international distributors. The affordable prices and easy availability of the books proved to be a huge attraction and in no time, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale turned into a landmark event nationwide.

Offering brand new English books at a discount as high as 75% to 95% off recommended retail price and with the primary aim of encouraging people of all ages to discover the joys of affordable, accessible reading, Big Bad Wolf Book Sale features a wide range of books across all genres, including fiction and non-fiction bestsellers, young adult fiction, as well as an extensive collection of children’s books.

The Sale has toured across cities in Malaysia and successfully extended its footprint abroad to Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, the Philippines, Taiwan, Pakistan, Korea and the United Arab Emirates, with no plans to stop in making reading affordable for readers around the world.



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