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Here’s Where You Can Buy Children’s Books Online
Looking to Buy Some Children’s Books Online? Check Out These 11 Bookstores
While the current generation of kids are born into a technology-savvy planet, introducing them to the wonderful world of reading is just as important as it was before. Apart from developing your child’s vocabulary, life skills such as focus and creativity are also honed. Looking for online sources of children’s books? We found some pretty interesting choices.
Your Online Sources for Children’s Books
Online Bookstore 1: Bookery for Kids and Mums
This online bookstore has a wide array of books to choose from, with more than 2,000 listed products. Its selection includes Carolyn Jane Church books as well as Harry Potter books for older kids. The bookstore’s offerings include both pre-loved and brand-new books, so it’s best to ask the seller if you have any questions.
Online Bookstore 2: Books for Less
Books for Less has earned quite a following in the Philippines for its affordable pre-loved books and wide offering, including academic material, novels, and cooking references. Also part of its roster? Children’s books. Disney fans will love this store’s offerings which include Prince and the Pauper and Beauty and the Beast.
Online Bookstore 3: Milk and Honey
Apart from selling children’s clothes, COVID-19 essentials, and bath products, it also sells a unique books, including biopics of iconic figures like Steve Jobs and Mother Theresa.
Online Bookstore 4: My Little Genius Bookstore
Its roster focuses on educational material like animal books and introductory reading books. It also has some Filipino books from Adarna Publishing like Ang Una Kong Alpabeto and Sampung Mga Daliri.
Online Bookstore 5: Dear Books
Powered by Learnovate and Scholastic Book Fairs, this bookstore offers a lot. Its site is pretty organized, so you can search by interest, age, and collection. It also carries some affordable buys like this Berenstein Bears book.
Online Bookstore 6: BuriBooks
E-reading is also an option! This digital book collection is powered by Adarna Digital and is the largest collection of Filipino books available to the public. It has the option to set the language to English or Filipino and also includes an integrated children’s Filipino dictionary. It’s Php199 for a monthly subscription and the price gets lower when you upgrade to a 6-month or yearly subscription.
Online Bookstore 7: Fully Booked
Surprise! Fully Booked has a children’s books sale from April 12 to 16. You’ll get 15% off for a minimum purchases of Php1500. We’re happy that this popular bookstorehas embraced the online option, with a Lazada store—apart from its own website.
Online Bookstore 8: National Bookstore
National Bookstore has been a go-to store for books, office supplies, and school material for generations. Being that the store has been around for a long time, it has a good and wide selection of children’s books. Interesting picks include Bedtime Two Minute Tales and Princes and Princesses. Visit its Clearance Corner for deals of up to 80%.
Online Bookstore 9: Kids, Inc.
Powerbook’s Kid’s Inc. is selling these really awesome sets called My Busy Books. These book sets create an interactive reading experience by including toys in the mix. The store also sells notebooks, accessories, and other art materials.
Online Bookstore 10: Adarna House
There’s another sale in town. Adarna is offering up to 25% in discounts. The store also has book bundles for different reading levels. What’s interesting about Adarna’s selection is that it also has bilingual books, which are perfect for introducing kids to Filipino.
Online Bookstore 11: Wonderland Books PH
Wonderland’s selection includes vintage, art, classics, new, and used books. It includes classics like Treasure Island as well as enchanting looking poetry and story books. Honestly, this bookstore brings so many memories of reading as a kid. We also spotted hardcovers for as low as Php150.
Now that we’re at home often, take this time to bond with your kids. Reading together is an awesome way to bond—and it’s fun, too! Who knows? Doing this might just bring out the writer in your child.
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