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Sixty Six Book 2 arrives at Secret HQ!

The much-awaited sequel to the graphic novel Sixty Six is finally here!

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Join us as we launch Sixty Six Book 2 created by Russell Molina and Mikey Marchan on February 15, 2020, 6 PM-9 PM, at Secret HQ, Poblacion, Makati.

Get a chance to win a signed copy of Sixty Six Book 2 this Saturday at the book launch at Secret HQ! Preregister now at bit.ly/sixtysix2booklaunch.

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Russell and Mikey will also hold workshops from 3 PM till 5 PM, for a registration fee of PHP500. You may also preregister at bit.ly/3705l0K.

This book launch is free and open to the public. Walk-ins are welcome, but, preregistered guests will be included in a raffle for a free copy of the book.

For inquiries, email us at talks@adarna.com.ph.

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Adarna Talks: Making Reading a Lasting Habit

Calling all parents and reading advocates 📢

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Make your home a reading-friendly environment for children and learn from a reading expert, Teacher Raissa Calunsag of the Learning Library, about the habits that help raise lifelong readers.

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November 16, 2019 | 4 PM–6 PM
The Forum, Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street

The registration fee is Php 500. To preregister, visit bit.ly/KidsFairAdarnaHouse

For inquiries, email us at talks@adarna.com.ph.

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Save the Children + Adarna House: First, Read

“In other words, if early experiences with books and reading are fun, exciting, and enjoyable for a child, that child is likely to continue to feel that way about reading throughout life.”
—Emergent Literacy: Investing Early for Exponential Outcomes
(Save the Children US, Department of Education and Child Development)

Shared early literacy experiences build meaningful emotional bonds between parent and child, and also boost brain and language development. For many years, Save the Children Philippines, local arm of the world’s leading independent children’s organization, and Adarna House, pioneering creator of Filipino content, have worked together towards the shared goal of creating better lives for children through reading.

Foremost in this partnership is the Manguna sa Unang Pagbasa project, a writing contest for short stories and book concepts held in 2014 and 2016. The project resulted in three outstanding board books for children 0-4 years old.

Launched first was the winner of the first Manguna sa Unang Pagbasa contest, Dumaan si Butiki. Written by Gigi Constantino and illustrated by Ray Sunga, the board book challenges readers to find butiki on every page while teaching them about directions. Dumaan si Butiki was given a National Children’s Book Award in 2016 with this citation:

Sino ang mag-aakala na eksayting ang paglalakbay ng isang butiki? Sobrang nakakaaliw ang pagsulpot-sulpot kung saan-saang bahagi ng bahay ng butiki sa kuwento. Ang simpleng teksto ay nagamit pa upang ituro ang konsepto ng kabaliktaran, sa paraang kaaya-aya. Kung kaya, hindi ka magsasawa sa pagsubaybay sa lahat ng dinaanan ni Butiki. —Kristine Canon

From the same contest came the manuscript for Maghapon Namin ni Nanay, written by Genaro Gojo Cruz and illustrated by Nicole Lim. One of Adarna House’s bestselling board books, this is a tribute to the stay-at-home mother, whose presence fills her children’s day with happiness as they go through the day’s activities together.

The winner of the second Manguna sa Unang Pagbasa contest was Kayang-kaya! by Alyssa Judith Reyes. The story, illustrated by Liza Flores, encourages children to do things on their own and in the process, develop self-confidence. This is also Adarna House’s first manipulative book, featuring a lacing toy on its back cover.

Because of partners like Save the Children Philippines, Adarna House now has a robust shelf of board books that help parents jumpstart their children’s reading journey. By working together, Save the Children Philippines and Adarna House hope to keep inspiring families to learn and above all, to read together.


Until June 22, these board books (and all other items) will be on sale at 20% OFF at the Adarna House Quezon City bookshop (Sct Torillo cor Sct Fernandez Sts) and online (https://adarna.com.ph/discount/BACK2SCH2019).

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6th International and 48th National RAP Conference

The Reading Association of the Philippines (RAP), in partnership with Department of English and Department of Literature of the University of Santo Tomas, invites all teachers and reading advocates to the 6th International and 48th National RAP Conference with the theme Literacy Towards Civility.

All plenary sessions and research presentations will focus on Preservation of Heritage, Literacy Advocacy, Tolerance in the Midst of Diversity, Respectful Reading Education, Literacy for Social Change, Informed Decision Making, Critical Reading of Mass Media, and Ethics in Social Media.

The conference is happening on August 2-4, 2018 at the TARC Auditorium of University of Santo Tomas, Manila.

See the DepEd Memo here. For inquiries and registration, please email rapinternationalcon2018@gmail.com or contact:

Dr. Rosalyn G. Mirasol
Conference Director
rgmirasol@ust.edu.ph / 09150490370

Reading Association of the Philippines is an affiliate of International Literacy Association (formerly International Reading Association) in Delaware and was the first Southeast Asian organization listed.

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Seryeng Bayani: pagbubunyi sa kalayaan

Ngayong araw, ipinagdiriwang natin ang ika-120 taon ng ating kalayaan.

Bilang paggunita, narito ang mapagpalayang seryeng laman ang buhay at katapangan ng ating mga bayaning sina Gregoria de Jesus, Emilio Jacinto, at Apolinario Mabini.

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Nilikha ang Seryeng Bayani upang makilala ng mga batang mambabasa ang mga bayani ng katapangan, pakikibaka, at pagpapalaya sa ating bayan.

Layunin ng mga kuwento at mga larawan sa seryeng ito na higit na mapahalagahan ng henerasyon ngayon ang mapagpalayang ambag ng mga bayaning Filipino sa ating kasaysayan.

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Ang Kaibigan Kong si Mabini

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Kilalanin ang ating mga bagong munting kaibigang bayani na nagpalaya sa ating Inang Bayan at ating ipagpatuloy ang laban.

Ang Seryeng Bayani ay rekomendado sa mga batang edad 9 pataas.

 

 

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