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The Wolf 'Awakens' The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Returns With A Hybrid Book Sale !

The Wolf 'Awakens' The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Returns With A Hybrid Book Sale ! | Get ready as the World’s Biggest Book Sale, with up to 99% off the recommended retail price, is making a comeback with a Hybrid Sale combining the much-awaited Big Bad Wolf Book Sale’ on-ground Book Sale event together with the Online Book Sale. 

The first-ever Hybrid Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Malaysia 2021, will kick-off from the 1st to 12th of April 2021, offering book lovers and bibliophiles alike, the chance to browse and shop from more than 60,000 book titles.



After a long hiatus, due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale is set to make a come-back with a bang, by hosting not one but two on-ground Sales in the Southern region of Malaysia. The Toppen Shopping Centre and AEON Mall Dato’ Onn, Johor Bahru, will be Big Bad Wolf Book Sale’ ‘wolf dens’ for 12 consecutive days [10 am to 10 pm], where shoppers can peruse at their own leisure, through a vast collection of books that are sold at amazingly low prices!

For those who want to shop from the comfort of their own homes, the Big Bad Wolf Online Book Sale’ e-commerce website will be available live 24 hours a day at https://online.shopbigbadwolfbooks.com/ Shoppers will be spoilt for choice at the Hybrid Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Malaysia 2021 as both Sales will be offering bestseller titles ranging from popular novels to science fiction, romance, literature, graphic art and business books to architecture, cookbooks, and many more, all under one website and at two on-ground locations in the heart of Johor Bahru.

“We are extremely excited and thrilled to be kicking-off our maiden comeback Big Bad Wolf Book Sale for 2021 by launching our first-ever Hybrid Book Sale that will run for 12 consecutive days. We have partnered with Toppen and AEON to hold our on-ground Sales in Johor Bahru that will be open daily from 10 am to 10 pm. Simultaneously, our Online Book Sale’ e-commerce website will be going live 24 hours daily to cater to our customers nationwide. We could not hold our World’s Biggest Book Sale for more than a year now due to the pandemic. Hence, we decided to host a Hybrid Book Sale to ‘quench the thirst’ of our loyal customers who have been patiently waiting for the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale to return,” said Andrew Yap, Co-Founder of Big Bad Wolf Books.

“There are amazing deals such the ‘1SEN Deal’ on offer for the Hybrid Book Sale as well free shipping within Peninsular Malaysia with a net purchase of RM180 and 50% off shipping with no minimum spend for orders and delivery within East Malaysia,” added Yap.

For our customers and staff's safety and hygiene, preventive safety SOPs measures, and precautions enforced by the Government of Malaysia will be adhered to at all times. Customers entering the Sale will be constantly monitored to ensure that they wear a mask and maintain a safe distance from one another while shopping.

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK: THE HYBRID BIG BAD WOLF PROMOTIONS FOR THE FULL LIST OF PROMOTIONS

ABOUT THE BIG BAD WOLF BOOKS

The Big Bad Wolf Books was launched in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 2009, as the brainchild of BookXcess' founders, Andrew Yap and Jacqueline Ng. The primary mission, in the words of the Founders, is to cultivate reading habits, increase English literacy worldwide and build a new generation of readers, by making books more affordable and accessible, to EVERYONE. Known as the World's Biggest Book Sale, the Sale is a global reading advocacy initiative that aims to encourage people of all ages to discover the joys of reading and inspire them to pursue their dreams and, importantly, empower them with the knowledge to realise them. We believe that the more knowledge that one gains, the better-equipped a person is to meet the exacting demands of today’s competitive world.

Since its inception, the Big Bad Wolf Books Sale has evolved tremendously, going global and touring 34 cities in 12 countries, such as Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, and the United Arab Emirates.

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