Before April, I used to visit the Booksale store in SM Bicutan EVERYDAY! No wonder we kinda hoarded on books. I changed shifts last month which made going to my favorite bookstore incovenient. So after a couple of weeks of missing it, I stepped into the store and left with 9 books! Hehe.
Aki's shelf. As you can see, it doesn't have space for more books.
Here is my loot:
Look Who is Talking = 45 Pesos. Because Aki, just like my niece and other nephews, is a late bloomer when it comes to talking and because of the recommendations cited at the back cover, I just have to have this. Next to the Happiest Toddler book, this is my favorite because it is filled with practical tips on how to encourage talking and literacy in kids.
Look who is talking is highly recommended by baby sign language pioneers
Good Night Moon = 40 pesos. Can I just say this is the most boring book? Ever! Well that is just for me because my boy loves this one.
Since we already have a lot of books, when buying more, I look for awards and recommendations. This book received an award from Golden Books.
Aki’s third potty book for only 25 pesos
Because I call Aki, Aki Bunny, I try to collect books that have rabbits as many characters. Both these touch and feel books cost 65 pesos.
Karen Katz is our favorite author. This is our 5th or 6th book written by her. BABY IN THE FARM = 85 Pesos
I hardly buy anything priced more than 100 but this pop up book reminds me of the book my aunt gave me when I ws kid. The SPECIAL STREET = 120 pesos
From the potty book
the best deal of the day… THE SOUTH BEACH DIET BOOK for only 15 pesos! When I need to lose weight I always turn to SB. Now I have the SB bible. Yey!
Aki’s shelf. As you can see, it doesn’t have space for more books.