The AC '88, Sec. 2 Book Box
The Assumption High School Class of 1988, Section 2 is raising funds to help classmates stricken with cancer. Everyone knows cancer is an expensive illness. The books in the AC'88 Sec. 2 Book Box are discounted so that each book box sold will contribute P1,000 to the AC'88 Sec. 2 fund.
Your book box will contain one (1) canvas tote bag with the painting of Class '88 Sec. 2 alumna Rona Aumentado, and one (1) signed copy each of the following:
1. Rizal In Saga: A Life for Student Fans by Nick Joaquin, with an introduction by Ambeth Ocampo, signed by AmbethRizal in Saga: A Life for Student Fans is a beautiful hardcover edition of a biography of Jose Rizal written by National Artist for Literature, Nick Joaquin. This lost biography by the late National Artist for Literature Nick Joaquin, the country’s most lionized author, is written in an easy-to-understand manner that shows the irreverence and fondness of the author for his subject.
2. At Home with Crazy by Katrina Martin This is a middle-grade novel about family, friendships, and confronting mental illness within the family. Debut author Katrina Martin has written a powerful novel on the issues surrounding a 14-year-old’s struggle with embarrassment, shame, friendship, and family.
3. The You-Have-To-Go-Through-A-Lot-Of-Crap-Ideas-To-Get-Good-Ideas Book by David Guerrero is a self-help volume written by advertising expert and founder of BBDO-Guerrero, David Guerrero. He encourages people to keep creating regardless of whether their ideas are bad or good ones.
4. Even Ducks Get Liver Cancer by Wilfredo Liangco;Even Ducks Get Liver Cancer is a collection of creative nonfiction on the hilarious and heartbreaking realities of a physician’s life in and out of the Philippine General Hospital. Each essay stabs at the heart while leaving the reader in stitches.
5. Our Folktales translated into Filipino by Christine Bellen Ang..Our Folktales is a bilingual children’s book that features eight beloved folktales from Asia: the Philippines, China, Malaysia, Myanmar, Japan, India, Indonesia, and Singapore. It situates a Philippine folktale within its neighbors’ folktales showing the reader how distinct, yet similar through beloved stories.