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Read Tuesday will be a huge day like Black Friday, but for buying and gifting books at amazing sale prices.

It will also be a great way to help improve literacy. Encourage someone—especially, a child—who doesn’t read much to read more. :-)

In 2013, the date for Read Tuesday will be Tuesday, December 10. Mark your calendar so you don’t miss out on the big savings.

Read Tuesday: It’s going to be HUGE!

Give the gift of reading this holiday season.

THE ORIGIN OF READ TUESDAY

Why not just have Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Those are great sales events.

On Black Friday and Cyber Monday, there are great discounts on electronics, tools, toys, and clothes, for example, but very few books seem to be discounted more than usual.

There are millions of books to choose from. Most tend to at ordinary prices during these big sales events.

Read Tuesday is a special event dedicated to big book savings. Thousands of books will be on sale on Read Tuesday.

This is a great opportunity for readers to stock up on books from their favorite participating authors and publishers.

Discounted books also make great gifts for the holidays. It’s easy to gift e-books, returns are not a problem with most retailers, the gift is delivered instantly (but you can schedule when to have it delivered), and there are no shipping and handling charges. Share the gift of reading.

Read Tuesday is also a great opportunity for authors, small publishers, and booksellers to benefit from a huge holiday sale event.

Click on the tabs above (or the index on the sidebar to the right) to learn more about how you can benefit from Read Tuesday as a reader, gift-giver, author, small publisher, or bookseller.

Read Tuesday: It’s going to be HUGE!

Give the gift of reading this holiday season.

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