Tuesday, December 7, 2010

On the 16th day of Christmas, Babbitt's Books gave to me . . .

. . . brand-new Babbitt's Books T-shirts and totes by nonaffiliated clothing. And a magnificent sale!

First up are T-shirts, which come in two designs. Design A features a (Brian-esque) bookseller scratching his head over a stack of books, and is red with grey-silver lettering. 

Design B features a (Sarah-esque) bookseller in a stall offering a book to a customer, and is navy blue with grey-silver lettering. 

Both T-shirts say babbittsbooks.com across the shoulders. The tees are printed on Jerzees heavyweight blend (50% cotton and 50% polyester) and have the soft feel of a well-loved T-shirt--not the stiff, coarse feel of a Hanes heavyweight tee. They are priced at $15 apiece and range in size from a men's small to a men's XL. 

The totes are 12" by 12" and also come in two designs, which are in the style of old bookplates. You have your choice of several colors, as both the designs featured above come on black totes with white ink. The "Antiquarius" owl comes in green ink as well as maroon. Like the T-shirts, the totes read babbittsbooks.com across the backs. They're yours for $9 apiece. 

That isn't all, though. If you participate in our online sale and purchase $75 of merchandise, you will automatically get a free tote of your choice. Bear in mind, though, that this offer is only while supplies last. As for the online sale, here are the details:

Use the code "Holiday 2010" and you receive 25% of all orders over $25. This offer is good for all books, especially rare and expensive ones. (Had your eye on a $1000 book? It's yours for $750 with this sale.) Better still, media-mail shipping is free. Just e-mail us at sales@babbittsbooks.com with your selections and mention the code. You can buy your T-shirts in person or through e-mail. We'll help you work out payment details. 

This sale is only good until midnight on Sunday, December 12th, so be sure to get your orders in as soon as possible. 


  1. I'm astonished you found designs that look like Brian and incorporate the store so nicely.