In the last quarter of 2013, I was invited to do a blind review for the RAP (Reading Association of the Philippines) Journal. Early this February, I was sent a copy of the entire issue. I'm posting the Editor's notes so that interested blog readers may check the journal since it regularly publishes current research and perspectives on Reading education and instruction.
Here now is a scanned copy of an abstract of one of the three research articles published in the RAP Journal's 2013 issue. The study on the Reading Habits, preferences, and contexts of school age children in a community library was done by Prof. Ana Margarita S. Salvador. Her paper has relevance to school librarians and public librarians in particular, as well as to literacy teachers and coaches.
The RAP Journal is available to members of RAP. The UP REGALE, College of Education keeps copies of past issues and current ones. The RAP Website has updates on their annual publications. Check the website for more information.