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Invite: It’s more fun at the National Library (postponed)


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Do you remember traveling on a magic carpet to an unknown land, or embarking on a journey to find treasure, or talking to animals to keep your secrets? Your heart pumped as you sat comfortably at home and the words on the pages jumped to you. Ahh, the joys of reading!

Kabataan Party-list, the only youth party-list, and Bloggers Kapihan invite you to feel the excitement of reading books in the library. On February 18, from 1 to 5pm, we invite you to join us at the National Library of the Philippines in Ermita, Manila. Come and learn how we can save our libraries and foster a culture of reading. Come and read a book to gain more knowledge.

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