Chronicle Books: Hauli-Days (win $500.00 in books)

by Sarah November 17, 2010

Everyone that knows me, knows that I have an eclectic love of books and a love also of Chronicle Books in San Francisco. Today I am joining a special promotion called Hauli-Days where Chronicle Books is giving away $500.00 worth of books to a blog and also to one lucky reader. I am excited to participate in this giveaway and have made a list of my Haul below. Feel free to click on the links as they will take you to some of my favorite design, art and drawing books. Also, please leave a comment and you will then be automatically entered into the Hauli-Days Book Drawing. Winners will be announced on December 13, 2010. So without further ado– “My Haul”–

The Exquisite Book

Art of McSweeneys

Lotta Jansdotter Handmade Living

The Map as Art

Born Modern

The Marvelous Museum

Jack Lenor Larsen’s LongHouse

More Things Like This

MoMA Modern Play House

MoMA Modern Play Family

Art Work


Moleskine City of San Francisco

Little Book of Letterpress

642 Things to Draw

Please note: all book images are from the Chronicle Book website.



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