Baker Book House Sells Eerdmans Inventory at Discount Prices

Written by Ann Byle on . Posted in Local

booksReaders looking for bargain prices on unique books will find shelves of surprises at a sale running Feb. 12-17 at Baker Book House.

Baker Book House purchased thousands of titles left over after Eerdmans Bookstore closed in late 2017. Now Baker is offering those books at 50 percent discount during the week-long event. Students can get an additional 10 percent discount with a student ID, and all sale guests can register to win a $100 shopping spree at the store.

"We're excited that we were able to purchase the Eerdmans volumes, and to offer them at discount prices to our customers, " said Sue Smith, manager at Baker Book House. "There is a rich mix of inventory that will be of interest to a wide range of readers."

Titles include popular books such as "One Thousands Gifts" by Ann Voskamp; specialty books such as "The Sin-Eater: A Breviary" by Thomas Lynch; sets such as The MacArthur New Testament Commentary series, The Expositor's Bible Commentary, Foundations of Evangelical Theology, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works; as well as "The Cambridge Companion to Reformation Theology," and many others.

"We have so many books that pastors, students, and lay leaders will find of interest," said Smith. "We encourage buyers to come early for the best selection."

Once the sale is done, remaining books will be offering for sale online.

"We welcome former Eerdmans customers and our long-time Baker customers to join us," said Smith. "This is truly a unique event."

For more information, visit or call the store at 616-957-3110.
Author Information
Ann Byle
Ann Byle is a freelance writer and owner of AB Writing Services. She writes for a number of publications including WMCN, Publishers Weekly, CBA Christian Market and Grand Rapids Magazine, and is author or coauthor of several books including The Baker Book House Story, The Call to Care: A Compassionate Response to Caring for Vulnerable Children (2018) and Christian Publishing 101 (2018). She and her husband Ray, a science teacher, have four young adult children.

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