#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Nov 21

This is the fifth #BookbedMeets this second half of the year, and we’re once again inviting you to read silently with us for an hour this coming Saturday, November 21! Sign up here, and bring any book you’d like to read—or even a friend or two. See you! ☁ BOOKS READ DURING THE OCT 29…More

#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Oct 31

We’re hosting yet another (!) #BookbedMeets this October 31 and we’re inviting you to come join us! We won’t bite, BUT we promise that we will devour some good stories together. Sign up here, and bring any book you’d like to read (spooky reads allowed!). See you! ☁ BOOKS WE READ DURING THE SEP 19…More

Shelfwalking: Bibi Mangki’s Library

Welcome to the book jungle! This is a special Shelfwaking episode featuring #thereadingmonkey‘s library. Bibi Mangki, together with Fella The Cat and Sonny D Dog, shares a sneak peek of the books they have at home. Enjoy, and leave a like and comment! ☁️More

#BookbedMeets: Silent Reading Session this Sep 19

We’ve had two silent reading sessions for #BookbedMeets in the past two months, and we’re having another one this Saturday, September 19! The experience has been a great way of meeting new friends and more especially, reading and talking about books. If you’re interested to join, sign up for another round here! All you need…More

Shelfwalking: Conquering and Maintaining a Book Wall

by Mary Ruth It was just supposed to be a shelf. I never thought my books would reach this many. I guess, at some point, collecting became borderline hoarding.  But reading is one of my therapies. When I lived away from home for six years to study and eventually work, books were what helped me…More

Homeschool Reading: How this mom builds a library for her 3-year-old son

by KB Meniado Parents naturally want their children to have a head start in life, and the key to this lies in starting them young on good habits. Here, Faye Pimentel-Rodriguez shares how she started building a library for her three-year-old son Caleb, and why she thinks it is important to encourage reading at an…More

We’ve loved books for years. Why haven’t we been reading as much?

by Agnes Manalo, Allana Luta, and KB Meniado Happy New Reading Year! We still love books, first of all. But we’ve also been wanting to talk about this, and so what better time than now, mid-January? Here, we spill our most candid reading (or non-reading) experiences. May you find refuge. Why haven’t we been reading?…More

5 Gifts for the Reader with Too Many Books (plus a giveaway!)

by Agnes Manalo, Allana Luta and Mikki Shiu Dark chocolate: not too sweet and not too melty, so you’re less likely to smear it all over your book or device A gift card for a coffee shop: for a bit of quiet time to make a dent in that book you’re having trouble getting into,…More

#Augvocacy2018: Creating Your Safe Space as A Reader (plus a giveaway!)

by KB Meniado If you’re a bookworm that keeps on falling into the FOMO trap whenever you open your social medias, worry not. A hundred thousand others from all over the world feel the way you do, all thanks to a simple scroll-down on a #bookstagram post or a #bookishwish tweet. Book communities online today…More

8 Ways Bookstagram is Revolutionizing the Habit of Reading

by Bookstagramers Philippines Bookstagram, from the root word “books” and “Instagram,” isn’t just a place to share aesthetically pleasing bookish photos, but also a home to bibliophiles from all over the world, which include us Filipino readers. Here are eight ways we think bookstagram has contributed to how we read and buy books today: 1.…More