ADZU 8th Book Fair 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 00:00

Even if you’re not a book lover or collector, you will get floored at ADZU 8th Book fair that opened to the general public yesterday. The latest textbooks, business and management materials, educational supplements, religious and inspirational titles, self-help books, Filipiniana, coffee table books, popular novels, children's books, art books, graphic novels, magazines, audio and e-books, multimedia, teaching supplies and services, publishers' technology, general references, travel materials rare and hard-to-find titles are on displayed and for sale.

I saw interesting books that can help people in the government and private sectors who are involved in the rehabilitation programs of Zamboanga City including how to recycle (re-use) and upcycle (convert) trash.
New tips for business and management are also available. With the stiff competitions, these books can help business owners and managers come out with innovations to increase their profits. There are also reading materials for media people. 

Held at the university’s Carlos Dominguez Hall, 8 reputable book companies joined in this annual book affair of Ateneo de Zamboanga University Library. Librarians from other schools are encouraged to browse here what the latest published books in the market. And probably, schools can scheduled a field trip for their students to this fair that opens from 8am to 7pm until February 1. The books and reading materials are priced lowered and comes with big discount for those who will make bulk purchases.

The participants are Belview Manila, CD Books International, DD Knowledgeseller, Great Books Manila, F and J De Jesus, Fastbooks Educational Supply, Forefront Book, and Megatext.  ADZU President Fr. Karel San Juan welcomed the guests headed by CHED Regional Director Dr. Emmylou Yang and Chrsitian Olasiman, Mayopr Beng Salazar's representative. The event opening was attended well b ADZU Library Director Florinda Tabanao and ADZU Asst. Library Director Lynnie Calingancion

By Dante Corteza

Ecclesiastes 7:12. “For the protection of wisdom is like the protection of money, and the advantage of knowledge is that wisdom preserves the life of him who has it.”