ICYMI: You Can Now Shop Books at Biblio's Online Store

No need to leave your house to get new reads.

(SPOT.ph) We know nothing will ever beat the feeling of browsing through shelves upon shelves of reads at an awesome book store—but an online book shop hits pretty close, too. In case you don't know it yet, local bookstore Biblio has officially moved online! You can browse their digital shelves for a new epic read or check out other cool merch like notebooks and totes that they carry on their website, Biblio.ph.

Payment can be made through cash on delivery, Paypal, GCash, or through a bank deposit. Biblio ships nationwide, too, just note that shipping within Metro Manila costs P150, while deliveries outside the Metro costs P250. You can expect your new books to be on your doorstep in around three to 10 days, depending on your location. 

The local purveyor currently has brand new books available on its site. You can check out reads from different genres, including fiction, poetry, self-help, autobiographies among lots others. Check out some fun picks we spotted:


American Street by Ibi Zoboi (P299)

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A Haitian immigrant, Fabiola Toussaint, believes they have finally found the good life after they move to the U.S. Only her mother has been detained by U.S. immigration and she is left alone in another world with only her loud American cousins beside her. It seems everything is in the way of her getting the American dream. 

Everyday is Epic: A Guided Journal for Daydreams, Creative Rans, and Bright Ideas by Mary Kate McDevitt (P649)


We all need some guidance. This journal from Philadelphia-based artist Mary Kate McDevitt is all about getting your brain cells sparking creative thoughts. It's full of quirky and vibrant illustrations and exercises that's sure to make self-reflection a little less scary.

How I Resist: Activism and Hope for A New Generation edited by Maureen Johnson (P499)

When you can no longer just sit and be quiet, this anthology of essays, songs, illustrations, and interviews about activism is sure to help clear things up in your mind. It contains pieces by different folks from all walks of life, including author Jodi Picoult, Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Hamilton star Javier Muñoz and more—as compiled by writer Maureen Johnson. 

Biblio's online store currently carries brand new copies of books. If you miss browsing through shelves of pre-loved reads, you can check out the online shop of their sister brand, Books for Less, too!


Main image from Instagram / Biblio.ph

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