Storiesnap Time: Tales From Around the World

Welcome back to Storiesnap Time, in which we feature books with illustrations in snaps and clips. This time, we chose Tales From Around the World released by Nido in the ’90s. Nido is a milk brand here in the Philippines, and back then, these pocket storybooks were freebies for every box or can bought. Watch the video below to check them out (or if you were a ’90s baby/kid and want to reminisce), and if you enjoyed this (or used to/still have these!), let us know in the comments below. We also welcome requests so feel free to send titles our way! ☁ This post is…

Storiesnap Time: ‘stories from year twenty-nine’ by Joy Celine Asto

Welcome to Storiesnap Time, in which we feature books with illustrations in snaps and clips. This time, we chose stories from year twenty-nine by Joy Celine Asto. A visual diary, this self-published book features 47 photos in full color, patterned in intertwining stories. Watch the video below to check out a few pages, and if you enjoyed this, let us know in the comments below. We also welcome requests so feel free to send titles our way! ☁ This book is available here. This post is not sponsored.

Storiesnap Time: ‘After Eden’ by Arnold Arre

Welcome to Storiesnap Time, in which we feature books with illustrations in snaps and clips. This time, we chose After Eden by Arnold Arre. Republished by Nautilus Comics this year, this 268-pager features black and white illustrations that portray stories of love. Watch the video below to check out a few pages, and if you enjoyed this, let us know in the comments below. We also welcome requests so feel free to send titles our way! ☁ This book is available in local bookstores. This post is not sponsored.

Storiesnap Time: ‘I Don’t Like to Eat’ by Excel Dyquiangco and Marcus Nada

Welcome to Storiesnap Time, in which we feature books with illustrations in snaps and clips. For our first book, we chose I Don’t Like To Eat by Excel Dyquiangco and Marcus Nada. It is a wordless story about a little boy who eats only junk food, a recommended read for ages six and above. Watch the video below to check out a few pages, and if you enjoyed this, let us know in the comments below. We also welcome requests so feel free to send titles our way! ☁ This book is available on the Adarna House website. This post is not sponsored.