Barnes and Noble Signed Editions is back in 2019 and the bookseller has thousands of new autographed books available. 150 highly acclaimed authors will go on sale in stores and online this Saturday, November 16, while supplies last. The autographed books span many genres and interests.
“Barnes & Noble is thrilled to kick off the holidays with our 2019 Signed Editions program, particularly when we have so many big names and great authors to share,” said Liz Harwell, Senior Director of Merchandising, Trade Books at Barnes & Noble. “This is the fifth year we have offered signed editions in November, giving customers the chance to add these special, signed books to their collection or to gift to friends and family during the holidays.”
Barnes & Noble has been working together with authors and publishers for many months to bring the 2019 Signed Editions to customers. The crown jewel of the collection, Michelle Obama’s newly released Becoming Deluxe Signed Edition, is available for $150.00. The Becoming Deluxe Signed Edition Gift Set includes a signed clothbound edition of Becoming featuring Michelle Obama’s “Note to Self,” two 8×10 prints of her inspirational words, and an 8×10 portrait of Michelle Obama by renowned photographer Miller Mobley. Limited quantities are available.
Also available at list price are top authors across a wide variety of genres. The list includes some of the biggest and bestselling authors across Adult, Teen, Young Readers and Kids books, including award-winning actors and TV personalities, celebrity chefs, musicians, poets and more. Some of the highlights include:
• Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier
• The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates
• To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han
• Face It by Debbie Harry
• Sam Houston & The Alamo Avengers by Brian Kilmeade
• Inside Out by Demi Moore
• Touched by the Sun: My Friendship with Jackie by Carly Simon
• The Hate you Give by Angie Thomas
• Dear Girls by Ali Wong
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