Impact Exhibition Management
Bookworms have until Sunday to stock up on their favourite titles during the “Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Bangkok 2022” which is running from 10am to 10pm, at Impact Forum, Muang Thong Thani.
Brought back under the “Big Bad Wolf Books Is A Deliver Of A Better Future” concept, this is once again a great opportunity to browse through good quality books from publishers across Europe, America and Australia, as well as sought-after limited-edition books, with 50% to 95% discounts.
Known as the world’s biggest book sale, it is a heaven for all book lovers where they can be spoiled for choices with an extensive selection of international books offered at unbeatable prices.
The event brings more than a million books from various international authors, covering all categories and genres for all age groups ranging from children’s books, history and biography, to entertainment, sports, travel, literature, home decorating, architecture and hobbies.
Around 90% of the books are in English and Thai books from famous publishers in the country are also available.
The book sale will wrap up on Sunday. photos courtesy of Impact Exhibition Management
There are also exclusive deals for education institutions and special discounts on selected children’s books. Highlights include Little Hippo Books & Puzzles Promotion and Montessori Books & Kits Promotion.
Visitors are also invited to donate books to the Mirror Foundation in order to encourage people of all ages to read, discover the joys of reading and inspire them to pursue their dreams.
The first Big Bad Wolf Book Sale was held in Malaysia. Over the past years, it has toured across cities in Indonesia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, Myanmar, Pakistan, Thailand, Cambodia and South Korea and proved to be a tremendous success.The primary mission of the event 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.
To help mitigate global warming, visitors are encouraged to bring their own reusable bags from home and maintain physical distance from other people to comply with the Covid-19 preventive measures.
There is no admission fee to the fair but visitors are required to show proof of vaccination (at least two doses) or a negative ATK result for those who are not vaccinated.