Calling all parents and reading advocates 📢
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.
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 email@example.com.
We know you’d be really sad to hear that we’ll be increasing our prices by June 1, with our storybooks at Php 73.00 and our big books at Php 275.00. This is the first time we’re increasing our prices after almost 5 years, so we understand your misery, and we are grateful to know that you understand ours.
But we can’t just do that without a big send-off party to our old prices. So please join us as we say a proud goodbye to our 65-peso storybooks with a month-long sale where they will be sold at only 50 pesos each. Selected items will also be on sale, for up to 70% off! Yehey!
To avail of these huge discounts, come and visit us at our showroom (2/F FSS Building, 20 Scout Tuason corner Scout Castor Streets, Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City) from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Mondays through Saturdays, from May 3 to May 31.
As a company, Adarna House dreams to find at least one of its books in the hands of every Filipino child. We are so happy to announce that we have taken a significant step towards the realization of that dream.
Nang Magkakulay ang Nayon, one of our oldest stories, has just been relaunched as our first storybook to have both English and Cebuano texts. The new version, entitled When Color Came to Town, carries the same story and illustrations as originally created by its author and illustrator Susan Dela Rosa Aragon, except that the original Filipino text is replaced by the English and Cebuano translations.
A storybook in English and Cebuano