Monday, December 01, 2008

For You Book Lovers - 50% Off Titles!

Are you looking for books for the holidays? Do you want to get them for half price? Look no further than Boyds Mills Press. From now until the end of the year you can buy any book in stock and receive a whopping 50% off. Shipping is $10, whether you buy one book, one hundred, or more.

The great thing about this deal is that 20% of each book order will go to the Highlights for their 2009 scholarship fund. This means that when you buy a book you will be helping deserving writers go to Chautauqua or attend one of their other workshops.

Here's where you'll find the Fall 08 and Complete Backlist catalogs. The order form can be found here as well. Once you've made your choices you can fax or email the order form, or simply call (877) 512-8366.

Do you want to know which books I've purchased? You know you do! Here are the terrific titles I'll be giving as gifts, most of them to my teacher friends.
The Big Storm, by Bruce Hiscock
Farmer George Plants a Nation, written by Peggy Thomas and illustrated by Larry Johnson
Lots and Lots of Zebra Stripes, by Stephen Swinburne
Marvels in the Muck: Life in the Salt Marshes, by Doug Weschler
Our Three Bears, written by Ron Hirschi with photographs by Thomas Mangelsen
Sharks, written by Sandra Markle with photographs by Doug Perrine

Becoming Billie Holiday, written by Carol Boston Weatherford and illustrated by Floyd Cooper
Birds on a Wire, written by J. Patrick Lewis and Paul Janeczko and illustrated by Gary Lippincott
The Monarch's Progress, by Avis Harley
The Seldom-Ever-Shady Glades, by Sue Van Wassenhove

Picture Books
I Feel a Foot, written by Maranke Rinck and illustrated by Martijn van der Linden
Sparrows, written by Hans Post and Kees Heij and illustrated by Irene Goede
That's 12 books for the price of 6! A very good deal indeed. While these are all relatively new books, the complete backlist is also available at this discount. If there is a book you've been wanting, now's the time to get it. If you are looking for a gift for a teacher's classroom library, this is a great place to go.

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