(If this is your first time in my blog, you might want to check my previous post on what you need to know about the position.) Perhaps your city has become a full-fledged Schools Division and you are in the perfect spot for promotion, being the School Librarian I of the biggest public school. Perhaps … Continue reading What You Need to Get Hired as a DepEd Division Librarian
If you are still looking for a sign to start reading books to your child, this is it. According to Carolyn Cates, PhD, lead author of the study that involved 250 pairs of mothers and their babies, findings suggest that reading to children as early as infancy gives a boost on their language, literacy and … Continue reading Reading in Infancy Boosts Literacy – Study
"Not good." I am not the type to pay attention to foreigners making content about the Philippines. (You: Oooohhh... a "I'm not like other girls" type.) But when Neil Gaiman captioned his retweet of Rappler's news on the red-tagging of Adarna House's sale of its books on Martial Law by sitting government officials, I was … Continue reading Are Adarna’s Books on Martial Law “Radicalizing” Children Against the Government?
What are your favorite children’s books? Hi, friend! Welcome and welcome back to the blog. From stories of kapres, engkantos, and nuno sa punso to make us unruly Pinoy kids behave, to fables that instill lifelong values, to short stories, novels, and film scripts that help us face or escape our daily realities, no one … Continue reading 7 Filipino Children’s Books I Want for My Child’s Library
One place suits one person, another place suits another person. (Beatrix Potter, 1918) Hi, friend! Welcome and welcome back to the blog. I really love how The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse, Beatrix Potter’s adaptation of Aesop’s The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, ended. Instead of judging that one way to live is the better choice, the characters realize that … Continue reading 13 Quotes for Working Moms