SM malls conduct National Children’s Book Reading Day

SM OLONGAPO. Students listen attentively while listening to the story of “Binibining Bettina Bote” read by Kathleen Jose, a radio personality .
A lovely sight of kids holding their ships to visit new worlds of wonderful stories. A big fat thanks to SM Cares, Vibal, National Bookstore, and Unicef for helping us mount this event.
A lovely sight of kids holding their ships to visit new worlds of wonderful stories. A big fat thanks to SM Cares, Vibal, National Bookstore, and Unicef for helping us mount this event.
Atty. Erica Jimenez Nepomuceno, wife of Vice Mayor Bryan Nepomuceno, shared how reading helped her in her career as a lawyer, a line of work she started with flying colors for she was Rank 3 in the 2006 Bar Exams.
Atty. Erica Jimenez Nepomuceno, wife of Vice Mayor Bryan Nepomuceno, shared how reading helped her in her career as a lawyer, a line of work she started with flying colors for she was Rank 3 in the 2006 Bar Exams.
SM CITY CLARK. Ms. Rita Bundalian, division english coordinator, turned SM City Clark’s The Event center into a giant classroom with her engaging storytelling of Marme Marino in celebration of the National Children’s Book Reading Day.
SM CITY CLARK. Ms. Rita Bundalian, division english coordinator, turned SM City Clark’s The Event center into a giant classroom with her engaging storytelling of Marme Marino in celebration of the National Children’s Book Reading Day.

In commemoration of Dr. Jose Rizal’s publication of his classic story “Ang Pagong at ang Matsing” SM Malls across the country and in China joined in the celebration of the National Children’s Book Reading Day (NCBRD).

SM OLONGAPO. Elementary students of Mondriann Montessori and Mary’s Creative School answer questions after Dr. Edgar Geniza, president of Aura College reads the story of  “Ang Sabi ni Nanay, Ang Sabi ni Tatay” during the National Children’s Book Reading Day at SM City Olongapo.
SM OLONGAPO. Elementary students of Mondriann Montessori and Mary’s Creative School answer questions after Dr. Edgar Geniza, president of Aura College reads the story of “Ang Sabi ni Nanay, Ang Sabi ni Tatay” during the National Children’s Book Reading Day at SM City Olongapo.

NCBRD, an annual event every 3rd Tuesday of July is part of SM CARES program for Children that promotes literacy and encourage children to develop love for reading at an early age.

SM SAN FERNANDO DOWNTOWN. Students of Sto. Tomas Elementary School show the books they receive from Vibal Publishing during the National Children’s Book Reading Day at SM San Fernando Downtown.
SM SAN FERNANDO DOWNTOWN. Students of Sto. Tomas Elementary School show the books they receive from Vibal Publishing during the National Children’s Book Reading Day at SM San Fernando Downtown.

SM City Olongapo, SM City Pampanga, SM City Clark and SM San Fernando Downtown have invited story tellers to read featured books from Vibal Publishing. SM Supermalls has long been committed in becoming a venue for learning, a medium for imparting knowledge, especially to young customers.

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SM CITY PAMPANGA. Dominican School of Mexico Grade 3 students and Advisers Teacher Arlyn, Teacher Raquel and School Librarian Sir Vincent Calma  with SM City Pampanga Mall Manager Liezl Carino(R) and Provincial Librarian Jasmine Carla Cordero.
SM CITY PAMPANGA. Dominican School of Mexico Grade 3 students and Advisers Teacher Arlyn, Teacher Raquel and School Librarian Sir Vincent Calma with SM City Pampanga Mall Manager Liezl Carino(R) and Provincial Librarian Jasmine Carla Cordero.

“We are grateful that we are able to share this advocacy with our partners from the Department of Education, National Book Store, Vibal Publications and UNICEF,” SM officials said.

SM City Olongapo has invited elementary students of Mondriann Montessori and Mary’s Creative School, SM City Pampanga invited Dominican School of Mexico Grade 3 students and Grade 2 & 3 students from Sto. Tomas Elementary School for SM San Fernando Downtown.

These children are the hope of our nation. Inspiring them to read, we hope to develop their confidence and knowledge for a brighter future, SM officials said.

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