While stories ignite our imaginations and bring us closer to places we can’t explore, knowing folklore of specific destinations can help us feel more connected to things we have yet to encounter. Check out these folktales from around the world for readers of all ages.
Erin Entrada Kelly's takes the leap as she writes Maybe Maybe Marisol Rainey, a story about her life that she thought was too ordinary, but would later on capture the hearts of kid and adult readers all over the world. Read more on the blog.
We are putting the spotlight on Asian authors— bannering art and stories that shed light on the vibrant and diverse world of Asian literature for the Read Asian sale happening from August 16-20. Read more on the blog.
Celebrate National Children's Book Day through a storytelling session of Jose Rizal's classic tale: The Monkey and The Turtle.
Gail Villanueva’s second novel Sugar and Spite tells a heartwarming story about friendship and forgiveness—that is perfect for both young and mature readers as it teaches life lessons on self-discovery. Read here to get snippets from the Fully Booked Facebook Chats with Gail Villanueva.
Funny stories of baking mishaps, the aroma of mango jam, and sweet tunes in Tagalog—true enough, When Lola Visits shares the simple joys of togetherness. Read here to know more about how Michelle Sterling and Aaron Asis created the book in the Fully Booked Chats.
There's nothing quite like the way a story touches a child. The story's grip is tighter, holds on longer to us readers, and stays with us forever. Today, we celebrate National Children's Book Day by revisiting the stories that shaped our childhood. We asked our resident bookworms what their favorite children's books are.