Monday, October 3, 2011

19th Children's Month @ the National Library of the Philippines

Photos from the Opening Ceremonies of the 19th Children's Month at the National Library of the Philippines. More details in the next blog posts.

The ribbon that opened to the exhibit of an ideal children's library/reading center set-up.

The program for this morning's activities. I cut the ribbon alongside CLAPI (Children's Literature Association of the Philippines) President, Ms. Emi Villanueva.

Trap banners that highlight the event and celebration of the 19th Children's Month.

The strategy used by NLP to drum up the event's theme is storytelling as a means to strengthen and empower the child.

Congratulations to Dir. Antonio Santos and librarians and staff of the NLP!

5 comments:

Carol - The Lazy Mama said...

Hi! We were supposed to go but my kid had other plans so I decided to push through our plans next week. What is the best time to go? I want my kid to enjoy the event. He's 3 by the way and he loves books!

Zarah Grace C. Gagatiga said...

hi there carol! events for kids are scheduled on 10 October. contact dolly for details - 09192882287.

Read Philippines said...

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Zarah Grace C. Gagatiga said...

Hi Read Philippines. Thanks for this note but I did not find the blog in the listing.

Anyhoo, more power to Read Philippines and may it last :-) Stay strong!

Read Philippines said...

Hi Zarah Grace! It is currently listed as "Something about Pages: School Librarian in Action
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