March 26, 2017

Pinoy Book Stop Tour 2017

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  • Bookworms, unite! The National Book Development Board will once again hold the Pinoy Book Stop Tour  on April 7-8, 2017, featuring independent and campus-based bookstores within and south of Metro Manila.

    The Pinoy Book Stop Tour is part of the activities of the “Buwan Ng Panitikan” or the National Literature Month, and will include book talks, poetry reading, and music performances, to promote local books and excellent titles, and for having the same reason of supporting the growth of independent bookstores, and Filipino-authored books.

    Pinoy Book Stop Tour will be having a stop in the following places:

    • Marikina Book Museum cum Ethnology Center
    • Quezon City Public Library
    • UST Publishing House Bookstore
    • Bodhi Mind and Body Shop in Tagaytay
    • Komikero Komiks Museum, Books, Crafts in San Pablo, Laguna
    • Coffeeshop Los Baños
    • DepEd Library Hub Laguna.

    Interested participants, who are 18 years old and above, may reserve a slot at events@nbdb.gov.ph with their name, affiliation, and contact number on or before March 28, 2017. Additional companion/s will not be entertained. While the Pinoy Book Stop Tour is free to everyone, slots are limited and it is a first-come, first-served basis. The NBDB will provide a transportation vehicle for the participants of the Pinoy Book Stop Tour.

    For further inquiries, contact Ryan at (02) 929 3887 loc. 804 or at events@nbdb.gov.ph.

    Source: National Book Development Board

               
               
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