holiday chairDay 12: Twelve drummers drumming are lined up for the final day of our 12 Days of Random House Library Marketing Giveaway!!! They are in the office to help us announce that Random House is happy will be adding Sasquatch Books to our growing number of client publishers.

To celebrate this relationship, and to convey how ecstatic we are to be working even closer with the infamous leader in the library world, Nancy Pearl — we are going to be giving away a grand prize of a very limited number of the highly-collectible, discontinued original Nancy Pearl action figure for today’s giveaway!  To enter to win your very own action figure click here.

Sasquatch Books is one of the country’s leading independent publishers, known for its innovative and eclectic list of nonfiction books featuring authors such as Nancy Pearl, Lynda Barry, and David Ulin.  Sasquatch Books began publishing Northwest regional nonfiction in 1986 and quickly became renowned for its fiercely independent and opinionated guidebook series, Best Places.  As the company branched out into subjects such as gardening, cooking, photography, lifestyle, entertainment, and children’s books, it also broadened the scope of its marketplace across the country.  Today Sasquatch Books publishes compelling ideas and authors from the West Coast region that appeals to readers everywhere.

Stop by our booth at ALA, Midwinter (Booth #1728) to learn more about upcoming Sasquatch titles.


Day 12: Welcome Sasquatch Books + Final Day of 12 Days of Random House Library Marketing Giveaway!

Category: Events


  • re-entering the world of library media and am enjoying this site…

  • But the twelfth day of Christmas is January 6, on Epiphany. Not December 16.

    Sorry, as a librarian (and a Catholic), I miss everyone valuing the entire Christmas season, which starts on December 25 and runs for twelve days. Too many people put too much emphasis on the build-up to Christmas instead of enjoying it for many days.

    Just my opinion!


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