Thursday, July 19, 2012

The 29th NCBD: From Here to There

L-R Teacher Dina Ocampo, Zarah Gagatiga, Russell Molina and daughter Tala, Hubert Fucio and daughter Aya, Totet de Jesus. Back L-R Ani Almario, Nina Yuson, and Karina Bolasco
 As promised, I have gathered photos from different learning communities near and far (Manila) who celebrated the 29th NCBD. This photo at the left shows the Philippine Board on Books for Young People (PBBY) board members with Russell Molina, Salanga Prize winner and Hubert Fucio, Alcala Prize winner cutting the ribbon for the art exhibit of all Alcala entries.

Twelve years ago, Molina and Fucio accepted their first Salanga and Alcala respectively. Back then, they were single guys. Now, they both have growing families. Their daughters joined them in the ceremonial ribbon cutting.

Below are the photos on the 29th NCBD celebration from here to there -

De La Salle Zobel High School celebrated NCBD through a photo-exhibit contest.

De La Salle Zobel Librarian, Darrel Marco reads to children in Bucal1 Maragondon, Cavite during the week of the 29th NCBD. The activity is an outreach of faculty and staff of De La Salle Zobel

Teacher Jerson of St. La Salle School sent this photo of a poster, a version of their school's NCBD. The school had a slew of reading and literacy activities, one of which is storytelling using the different mother tongues.

The Book Bridge in Puerto Princesa, Palawan spear headed NCBD with 2,000 public school children!

The LIS 115 class at the UP School of Library and Information Science read young adult stories and made posters of stories from the YA anthology, Bagets (KUTING, c. 2007)

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