The Christmas rush is upon us!
That’s why we’ve adjusted our store hours—so that your hectic holiday schedule can be just that much happier! We’ll be open later on some days, and closing earlier on other days. Insider tip: for a quicker response to stock inquiries, you may contact individual branches directly!
Below, you’ll find a rundown of all our branches and their operating hours for the coming weeks thru to New Year’s (subject to change without prior notice) and contact details:
Have a wonderful holiday season!
It will be an afternoon of color and crafty mess with Tipsy and Ponggo of the Googly Gooeys as they invade the Forum in Fully Booked BGC 2:00pm-5:30pm on January 10, 2015.
Get to know the ABCs of hand lettering with Abbey Sy, as she holds a lettering workshop at Fully Booked! Learn the basics of hand lettering and its evolution as an emerging art form. Workshop kit includes a step-by-step manual and worksheet, Jolly fineliner pens and a Rhodia sketch pad.
The festival is closing in a few days. It was a pleasure and an honor to have screened all the films in the past two weeks. Here's the last set of screenings for December 9 to 12. We close with a great Philippine Cinema Classic. Cheers!
'Tis the week of film master classes! We go beyond screenings in The Inquirer Indie Bravo!-Fully Booked Film Festival. Here are your options for December 6 to 8.
Meet the people behind Gawad Kalinga (GK) on November 29, 2014 (Saturday) at Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street 4pm onwards as they launch The Genius of the Poor: A Journey with Gawad Kalinga by Thomas Graham.
Get your books signed, hear some inspiring words from the author himself along with GK founder Tony Meloto, and discover different Social Entreprises that were catalyzed by the organization- Plush & Play, GK Enchanted Farms, Bayani Brew, SEED, Human Nature and more.
By Kayo Cosio
I loved this book.
That's a slightly controversial point of view, I know, especially since I'm probably in the minority of Hunger Games readers who think that. But watching the Mockingjay Part One movie today, I am reminded of why I felt that way when I first read the trilogy over two years ago.
Much like the movies, Mockingjay is thought-provoking in a way that the first two Hunger Games books aren't. There is something about the danger in Catching Fire and The Hunger Games that seems almost superficial and artificial compared to the perils in Mockingjay. And that's because… well… they are. The arena is man-made. The dangers are fabricated. Even the hatred that leads to murder is only a byproduct of the Capital's game design. In this third book, we find that the whole world is now the arena, and the dangers are real to all who are in it. The author does an excellent job of conveying this paradigm shift, allowing the feelings that you're merely watching The Games on a television to dissipate, replacing them with more tactile & tangible threats. The killing is right on your doorstep. Nobody is safe.
Rounding up what's showing during The Inquirer Indie Bravo!-Fully Booked Film Festival on December 3 to 5.
November going on to December and the indies continue. See what's in store as we usher in the holidays.
GRAMMAR MASTERY AND CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP by TalkShop
-Improve proficiency in using the proper English
-Higher confidence in making grammatically correct compositions
-Master accuracy and fluency in creative writing
-Learn to express one's thoughts and emotions coherently and clearly
December 12, 2014 / 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Forum, 4/f, Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street
For more information call TalkShop at (02) 894-5588 or visit www.talkshop.ph