Get Up to 70% Off at This All-Filipino Book Sale Happening Online
It's happening this month!
(SPOT.ph) The ongoing community quarantine has changed the way we shop. Window-shopping has shifted to swiping left or right on your phone, going to the mall now means opening e-commerce stores on your phone, and everyone's favorite phrase is now "Add to cart." Even the fun of stacking up books on your cart during book fairs has now completely gone online. And after a successful run on Shopee in August, Aklatan: All Filipino Book Fair returns from September 25 to 27—this time on Lazada. You can get discounts up to 70% off.
Championing Filipino writers and publishers, Aklatan lets you discover new works and rediscover titles you might have missed from our homegrown talents. Browse through their collection of fiction, history, culture, biography, children's literature, and many more.
Check out the full list of participating publishers below:
- ABC Educational Development Center Children’s Books
- Abiva Publishing
- ABS-CBN Books
- Adarna House
- Anvil Publlishing
- Ateneo de Manila University Press
- Bookware Publishing Corp
- Canvas PH
- Central Book Supply, Inc./Central Books
- Christian Literature Crusade
- Church Strengthening Ministry, Inc.
- CIA Bootleg Manila
- Everything's Fine Books PH
- Far Eastern University Publications
- Feast Books PH/Shepherd's Voice Publications, Inc.
- FELTA Multi-Media, Inc.
- Kasingkasing Press
- KOMIKET, INC
- Mindshapers Co., Inc.
- New Day Publishers
- OMF Literature, Inc.
- Phoenix Educational Systems, Inc.
- Precious Pages/Lampara Books
- Rex Book Store
- Saint Mary's Publishing Corporation
- Tahanan Books & MRAS Book Trading (HANS Bookshop)
- University of Santo Tomas Publishing
- University of the Philippines Press
- WS Pacific Publications
Organized by the Book Development Association of the Philippines, Aklatan is part of the group's mission "to revive the local publishing ventures by making local literature more popular across the country."
For updates, follow Book Development Association of the Philippines on Facebook.
Main image from Facebook/Anvil Publishing