By loreen sarmiento
According to Wikipedia, the love of books is bibliophilia or bibliophilism. The person who loves books is a bibliophile. A bookworm is someone who loves books for their content, or who loves reading. I grew up a bibliophile. My late dad was one and so his collection of books, fiction and non-fiction were my favorite [...]
Small things done are better than big things planned, a 34-year-old climate change activist believes.
By Maricar Cinco
Like a compelling snapshot perfectly timed and framed is what best describes this spontaneous but daring project—a photography book—by young publisher Rocel Ann Junio.
Oscar Hijuelos, the Cuban-American author best known for his Pulitzer-prize winning novel “The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love,” died in New York age 62, US media reported Sunday.
THE Compostela Central School batch 1994 will hold a fun run themed as “Takbo para sa isang libro” on Nov. 30.
Nicolo Nasol, a copy editor of a publishing firm, had thought the Basadours was another group of people who simply loved reading books. The group actually goes beyond reading and gives life to books, he learned after meeting some members and joining their activities. “The group was beyond what I expected. I joined storytelling sessions [...]
By Cris Evert B. Lato
Nicolo Nasol, a copy editor of a publishing firm, had thought the Basadours was another group of people who simply loved reading books.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
An outreach program for students through a mobile library has been proposed by a Quezon City councilor to help rekindle an interest in books.
Nelson Mandela’s ex-wife Winnie on Thursday released a book about her detention by the apartheid regime, a time she described as the darkest part of her life.
Marilyn Monroe, who notoriously had an affair with John F. Kennedy, apparently believed she was going to marry the president, even phoning the White House to tell his wife.
SM Supermalls is bringing back its “Donate A Book” campaign to solicit as many books as possible from tenants, shoppers, publishing houses and the general public.
By Jerome Aning
How do you tell an 8-year-old child the story of a peaceful revolution that ousted a dictator and restored freedom and democracy in the country?
Today, July 16, is National Children’s Book Day. Results of the 2012 National Book Development Board Readership Survey showed that 39 percent of Filipino readers start reading nonschool books between the ages of 7 and 12 years