Photograph: Pha Lina / Phnom Penh Post Big Bad Wolf Book Sale ended on Monday night, attracting about 100,000 people to the bookstore. A 13-Day Sale Program at Borey Prosper Market in Chroy Chang Va. The program brings in approximately one million English books at a discount of 50 to 90 percent. The Malaysia-based program aims to enable people of all walks of life to buy books G. The program also offers books to partners including the Ministry of Education and the Intellectual Library.

Big Bad Wolf Book Sale co-founder Andrew Yap said the participants, as well as the program, delivered a total of 1,443 books to the Ministry of Education and to the library. Intellectuals. He said that the best-selling books are about fiction and nonfiction, children's books, business development and biography. Individuals are also popular books.

Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport spokesman Ros Sovath said the ministry always encourages programs that promote reading. For the books that will be obtained from the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, the Ministry will distribute to the libraries of the Ministries throughout the country on specific needs.

Chan Sophal, director of the Center for Policy Studies, said he also bought books on the program and saw that Cambodians were still interested in reading books. Even if they have other digital applications. Big Bad Wolf Book Sale allows young people to buy books that are not available in the Cambodian market and can be purchased at A large amount is a financial gain.

Pa Chan Roeun, president of the Cambodian Institute for Democracy, said the program's book sales attracted a lot of young people and he saw that Cambodian youth In recent years, enjoy reading books.

"This is a good sign for our society," he said. Our society will develop when young people are interested in reading books because reading helps them develop their own. ”

But they should also add to their reading of self-development books on morality and virtue, he said.