Winter Catalog 

Winter catalog tools and assets
Cover title

For this year's cover collaboration, we've partnered with Running Press Kids to use art from Winter Tales: Stories and Folktales from Around the World as the theme of our winter catalog. Written by Dawn Casey and illustrated by Zanna Goldhawk, this book is a treasury of stories celebrating the wonders of the season throughout the world. To order Winter Tales, add the title (Edelweiss link) to your order with your Hachette Book Group sales representative or contact Hachette customer service at

Title list

View the title list three ways

Release schedule
  • Direct mail: In-Home dates ranging from 10/13-10/17
  • Bulk: Start shipping on 9/27. They will go out via FedEx and should deliver by 10/10
Ingram discount
  • Enjoy a +2% discount on all regional holiday catalog titles. No promo code needed. Offer valid October 5, 2023 to December 11, 2023
Booksellers Assets

Click the button below to view all assets. This includes our resource guide of digital and print assets, custom digital catalog URLs by store and instructions for utilizing the e-commerce sales package.

We are sill accepting any additional assets you'd like to share with our booksellers--graphics, banners, ads, etc. To share these assets, click on the link below and upload your files. They will automatically be merged with your existing entry based on the ISBN.  

What's new this year?
  • Increased page count. The catalog is increasing from 12 to 16 pages, giving us a bit more breathing room and space to once again offer bookstores customization of the inside front cover.

  • New and improved digital sales platform. We're offering a digital catalog experience via Flipsnack. Stores will receive a customized version that links to their unique shopping URL.

  • Enhanced customization options. We're bringing back inside front cover customization and adding a full-color border to jazz it up. Now stores can use a whole page to broadcast a personal message.

2023 Catalog Cover

2022 Winter Catalog Example