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Big Bad Wolf Books returns to Dubai this month

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Brace yourself for an unforgettable experience as the Big Bad Wolf Books kicks off its fifth edition, extending a warm invitation to the residents of Dubai to immerse themselves in the enchanting world of books.

With the distinguished presence of Andrew Yap, Co-founder of Big Bad Wolf Books, and Mohamed Noor Hersi, Board Member of BBW Sharjah, Consul General Mr Mohd Fadly Amri Aliaman – Consul General of Malaysia and Consul General Dr Hussam Hussein – Consul General of Arab Republic of Egypt gracing the event, attendees can anticipate a literary extravaganza like no other.

This initiative is not merely a sale but a heartfelt contribution towards fostering a culture of reading across Dubai. It aligns perfectly with the objectives of the National Plan for Reading, which aims to cultivate a daily reading habit among UAE residents by 2026.

Big Bad Wolf Books

The Big Bad Wolf Books is open at Sound Stages, Dubai Studio City, from March 1 to March 10, 2024. The event offers discounts of up to 75% on a vast selection of books, with free admission for all. Book enthusiasts can visit the sale from 10 AM to 12 Midnight to explore the wide array of books on offer.

At Sound Stages, Dubai Studio City, the event, led by Andrew Yap and Mohamed Noor Hersi, promises to be a highlight of the event, setting the stage for an extraordinary celebration of literature. As Andrew Yap officially marks the commencement of the 10-day sale, book enthusiasts across Dubai can visit the Sale from 10 AM to 12 Midnight daily.

Over 2 million books

The Big Bad Wolf Books this year has over two million books across genres that readers of all ages will enjoy. From bestsellers to children’s books, patrons of the sale can expect a wide variety of literary offerings. Additionally, a wide range of Business and Arabic books will be available to cater to diverse reading preferences and promote cultural exchange. The partner of Big Bad Wolf Books, Little Socks allow visitors with children to shop freely, providing attractions such as a bouncy castle and craft area for children.

Andrew Yap, Co-Founder of Big Bad Wolf Books, expressed his excitement about the event, saying, “I’m delighted to be back in Dubai for the fifth edition of the Big Bad Wolf Books. At Big Bad Wolf, we’re passionate about empowering the future generation by fostering a love of reading and making books accessible as well as affordable to all. The Sale’s reach has grown to encompass 15 countries, and we’re excited to set our sights on expanding to Egypt next, bringing the magic of affordable books to a wider audience.”

tanvir@dubainewsweek.com

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