Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Brings Joy to Davao!

Davao readers are in for a treat this holiday season as Big Bad Wolf Books brings the World’s Biggest Book Sale back to the city. From December 15 to 23, 2023, Davao City will once again transform into a haven for literature lovers!

To be held at SMX Convention Center in SM Lanang, this marks the 3rd time Big Bad Wolf Books will be in the Crown Jewel of Mindanao, taking its wide collection of books along with them. The Sale is expected to have over 2.5 million titles, spanning different authors, genres, and series. 

Whether you’re drawn to the thrilling twists and turns of a gripping mystery, the fantastical escapades of an epic adventure, the heartwarming emotions evoked by a captivating romance, or the enlightening insights of non-fiction, there’s a literary treasure waiting for you to uncover. And for the budding bookworms in your life, you’ll find a delightful selection of stories that will spark their imaginations and nurture their love for reading.

With the holiday season coming up, it’s also a great opportunity to snag a new read for your friends, family, and loved ones! Take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime chance and be guilt-free about it with the event’s unbelievable prices, exclusive discounts of up to 95%, and so much more! 

Big Bad Wolf Books will also be partnering up with different local organizations and programs to make sure every purchase is done with little to no hassle. 

This includes collaborations with Metrobank, a growing partnership that enables cardholders to enjoy numerous VIP perks. This includes a special access on VIP Day, 0% installment for purchases above P3,000, and dedicated payment lanes for ease of transaction. 

In the spirit of spreading joy and kindness, Big Bad Wolf Books will once again team up with Gawad Kalinga to introduce the Red Readerhood Program to the heart of Davao! This program turns the joy of book-buying into an opportunity for giving. The program allows shoppers to purchase copies of books, and turn them into gifts for those less fortunate. It’s a beautiful way to extend the magic of reading beyond the sale and share the love of literature with communities that may not have the same access. It transforms the act of buying a book into a powerful gesture of generosity and community spirit.

Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Davao will span 9 days, which is more than enough time to grab your next new literary discovery, buy a token for your loved ones, or donate and spread the joy of reading to others. It’s a chance not just to fill your own shelves but to help fill the shelves of others with the wonders of literature.

For more information regarding Big Bad Wolf Books’ grand return to Davao City, please visit:



About Big Bad Wolf Books

The Big Bad Wolf Books was founded by Andrew Yap and Jacqueline Ng in 2009 and first launched in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In the words of the company’s founders, Big Bad Wolf aims to cultivate reading habits, increase English literacy worldwide, and build a new generation of book lovers by making books more affordable and accessible to everyone.

One of the company’s best highlights is its Book Sales, which is popular among book lovers around the world. As a global reading advocacy initiative, the sales aim to encourage people of all ages to discover the joys of reading, inspire them to pursue their dreams, and, importantly, empower them with the knowledge to realize them.

Currently, Big Bad Wolf’s Book Sales have toured 15 countries and 37 cities. Among these include different cities in Asia like Malaysia, Cambodia, Manila, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Indonesia. The company has also begun branching out to book readers outside the Asia Pacific, having held book tours in Tanzania, Kenya, and the United Arab Emirates. 


For more information, kindly contact:

Melody Osorio | Social Media and Accounts Manager | Centaur Marketing 

Raye Sanchez | Media Relations Officer | Centaur Marketing |

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