Barnes & Noble is printing an exclusive edition of Panda-monium!

Hey everyone!

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you have probably seen a post like this before.  Barnes & Noble has printed really amazing exclusive editions of my last four books…

And now, they are making one for Panda-Monium as well.

What do you get with your exclusive edition?  SIXTEEN PAGES OF BONUS MATERIAL, for starters.  There’s some bonus fun stuff I wrote for this edition, along with an interview I did with WWF panda expert Colby Loucks.  And, if that wasn’t enough, there’s also a special-edition books jacket with a poster on the inside.

Now, I bet you’re thinking, “Boy, that sounds amazing, but I’m sure it must be an extra fifty dollars for all that great stuff.”

WRONG!  Believe it or not, the exclusive edition is actually CHEAPER than the regular edition — only $10.42! — but only if you act soon and pre-order it.

That’s right.  $10.42!  That’s ridiculously cheap.  B&N could have gone crazy and charged $10.43 for it, but they shaved that extra penny off because they care.

So how do you get it?  Easy.  Just click here.

You know you want it.  Look at this cover.  This cover alone is worth $10.42.  How can you resist it?

57 thoughts on “Barnes & Noble is printing an exclusive edition of Panda-monium!

  1. Hi! I just bought this book off Amazon and it got here yesterday. Already flipping through the pages at superspeed, haha! Stuart Gibbs is the best author ever, I swear.

  2. This was a great addition to the Funjungle series. You ever fail to deliver a great plot line with plenty of twists and interesting facts. The minuscule issue (if you could even call it that) I have is that we never got a follow up on the additional animals that the zoo acquired from the private collector near the end. I was hoping we’d learn more about their acclimation in the epilogue but alas, this was still a great story. I was also wondering if we’d have elephants or African animals in general involved in the next installment. Maybe more action in Safariland or an elephant as the main animal in trouble???????? Thanks again for a great installment, and I look forward to the next one.

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