Academic Bookfair Set; Manila Int'l Bookfair at World Trade

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Academic Bookfair Set; Manila Int'l Bookfair at World Trade


A total of 28 exhibitors are joining the 8th Philippine Academic Bookfair on July 12-16, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the UP Bahay ng Alumni, Diliman, Quezon City. Organized by the Association of Booksellers for the Academe and the Professions (ABAP), the annual, five-day bookfair has adopted the theme Books As Catalysts for Change.

The exhibitors are: Alexan Commercial, Ateneo University Press, Blue Sky Publishing House, Book Trends, C & E Publishing, CD Books International, Cleophil Educational Systems, Creative Minds Booksellers, DD Knowledgeseller, De la Salle University Press, EDCA Publishing and Distributing Corp., Forefront Book Co., F & J de Jesus, Global Learning Media Cop., Goodwill Bookstore, Great Books Trading, International Bookshope, John Wiley and Sons, Macromind Corp., McGraw Hill, Mega TEXTS Phils., Pearson Education, Rarebook Ent., Readers Knowledge Bookstore, Thomson Learning, University of the Philippines Press, UST Publishing House and Wiseman Book Trading. For inquiries, call 927-9858.

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The publishing industrys most reputable companies are set to gather for the Manila International Book Fair, the countrys paramount event for the business of books. Now on its 25th year, the MIBF celebrates the written word at a truly world-class venue, the World Trade Center Manila, Gil Puyat Ave. cor. Roxas Blvd., on Aug 11-15.

With theme "Let reading and literacy glitter as MIBF goes silver," the MIBF unites local and foreign publishers, wholesalers and retailers, book lovers and collectors, librarians, and every major player in the publishing industry in its continuing efforts to promote books and reading.

The MIBF showcases the largest and most varied collection of printed works, from literature, textbooks, educational supplements, general references, religious and inspirational titles, self-help books, management books, Filipiniana, coffee table books, popular novels, childrens books, rare and hard-to-find titles, magazines, audio and ebooks.

In addition, the MIBF serves as the venue for the 1st Learning and Information Technology (LEARN IT) Fair, which showcases the infinite uses of computers as tools for learning. …

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