National Book Store brings its Book Binge Bazaar back to Manila and Cebu

National Book Store’s Book Binge Bazaar is back, and this time it’s happening in Manila and Cebu! Shop at National Book Store Mango Plaza in Cebu City and at National Book Store Quezon Avenue in Quezon City from May 1 to 12, 2019.

National Book Store brings its Book Binge Bazaar back to Manila and Cebu | Cebu Finest

National Book Store brings its Book Binge Bazaar back to Manila and Cebu

It’s going to be the best time to stock up for more books to those book lovers and to those who love reading in general. National Book Store is bringing again the Book Binge Bazaar to Cebu City for another round and it’s going to be a hit for all ages this summer.

May 1 is exclusively for Laking National cardholders, while May 2 to 12 is open to the public. Doors are open from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM every day, except for Fridays and Saturdays when they are open until 12:00 midnight.

Admission is completely free and thousands of imported books will be available for as low as P75. Fill your shelves with bestselling young adult titles, fiction novels, and inspiring reads. Surprise kids with new coloring books, activity books, and storybooks to support their learning. Continue your self-improvement and lifelong learning with guidebooks on work, travel, fashion, health, fitness, and many other topics.

National Book Store brings its Book Binge Bazaar back to Manila and Cebu | Cebu Finest

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Join the discussion online and share your hauls by using the hashtag #BookBingeBazaar. Connect with National Book Store on Instagram and on Facebook and Twitter.

About National Book Store

For many years, National Book Store remained close to the hearts of millions of Filipinos across generations. No matter what point they are in their lives, they will always have a home here in National Book Store – whether they are readers, artists, students, even the whole family.

NBS is proud to remain a constant in everyone’s journey, nurturing the passions and inspiring the growth of every Filipino. The founders, Socorro Cancio – Ramos, Jose Ramos, and their family, embodied hard work and powerful leadership and persevered against all odds. Their once small stall in Escolta, despite having been burnt to the ground during the Japanese occupation and later ravaged by a typhoon, would persevere and prosper amidst such great adversity. It is this resilience and relentlessness that took them to heights they once thought were impossible.

Their journey is an inspiration for Filipinos everywhere, and a reminder of the humble beginnings of one of the country’s most loved institutions.

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