Gaming has long been a source of entertainment for children, teenagers, young adults and adults alike. Gaming used to be a simple task meant to offer a momentary reprieve from the mountain of work that lies in wait. Some games still are, but the evolution of gaming has extended the playing experience into another form of storytelling: the novel.
Ex LibrisBy Ruel S. De Vera
Wherever he went, Segundo “Jun” Matias Jr. couldn’t help but notice how he could easily find local translations of international bestsellers.
Not Quite ThereBy Chit Roces-Santos
I don’t know why, but the question tends to put me on the defensive, which I’m sure isn’t the intent. So, what have I been doing these days? Well, aside from nothing…
By the Inquirer Read-Along Team
Close to 100 children were treated to award-winning stories during a special Inquirer Read-Along session on Saturday morning, which featured the launch of “Shorts,” a digital compilation of Junior Inquirer (JI) short stories.
By Vergel O. Santos
I have an initial 30-ODD volumes waiting for Billy to collect. Billy is a recently made friend, a certified genius who at age 12 is already doing college work. A prodigious reader herself, she likes to spread the reading virus and has been calling out for books that can be spared for an open library run by an old man.