For His Love of Mother Tongue: Jerome Herrera on Translating ‘The Little Prince’ into Chavacano

by Nove Patangan I spent most of my teenage years back in my hometown in Dipolog City in Zamboanga. There, I met different people who spoke different languages, of which Chavacano is one. Although I can only speak a few Chavacano words, this language speaks to me a volume of the people’s culture and identity.Continue reading “For His Love of Mother Tongue: Jerome Herrera on Translating ‘The Little Prince’ into Chavacano”

8 Nail Art Designs Based on YA Book Covers

by KB Meniado I wanted to do something to personally celebrate Bookbed’s eighth year, and my initial idea was to dress up like book covers or characters for eight days. (I watch too many Buzzfeed videos, I know.) I couldn’t afford to do so, lifestyle-wise, so I opted for something that was more practical butContinue reading “8 Nail Art Designs Based on YA Book Covers”

FaceBookIt: Makeup Inspired by ‘The Little Prince’ by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

by Kristel Cruz “And now here is my secret, a very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” … goes one of the most remarkable lines in literature. “What is essential is invisible to the eye” rings true indeed, but makeup never reallyContinue reading “FaceBookIt: Makeup Inspired by ‘The Little Prince’ by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry”

Fiction Nation: What is Essential (Can Also Be Seen on Film)

by Allana Luta Warning: spoilers ahead. So if you haven’t seen the movie yet, go to the nearest cinema, watch it, then come back here to share your thoughts. 🙂 We all know the story of the Little Prince: his rose, his intergalactic travels, his fox and his return to his planet, all told by theContinue reading “Fiction Nation: What is Essential (Can Also Be Seen on Film)”