Beloved by many, the local store ‘Booksale’ is now accepting online orders from Filipino bookworms who cannot leave their homes amid the community quarantine.
The bookshop is famous for its affordable selection of bestsellers and hard-to-find titles alike.
The bookstore is the country’s biggest source of low-priced unused, as well as previously-owned, books, and bargain publications from the U.S., Canada, Australia, and the UK.
Booksale is also a major distributor of locally-printed slick Pinoy magazines in both English and Filipino. It currently has 91 branches nationwide.
Among the bestsellers posted are contemporary titles from “The Hunger Games Trilogy” writer Suzanne Collins, Dan Brown, Veronica Roth, and George R. R. Martin. Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express”, Edgar Allan Poe’s short story collection, and more are also up for grabs.
Available copies are now listed online by branch on the store’s official Facebook page.
Customers can avail of the books by contacting the designated store’s representative to place their orders and make payment.
Buyers can arrange for store pick-up or delivery via their preferred courier service.
Booksale also has a staff member to assist customers with orders for office and school supplies, as well as a “plus” service for special online orders.
The Booksale branches which allow online transactions include the following:
- SM North Edsa
- SM Fairview
- SM Manila
- SM San Lazaro
- Makati Cinema Square
- Cityland Makati
- Robinsons Galleria
- SM Muntinlupa
- SM Bicutan
- SM City Dasmariñas
- SM Bacoor
- SM Baguio
- Nepo Mall Angeles
You can order online through Booksale’s official Facebook page here.
Readers can still get their fix of local reads amid the community quarantine.
A new book with a Filipino protagonist titled “58 Minutes in Driftland” is now available on Kindle books from Amazon.
Filipino ‘weightlifting fairy’ Hidilyn Diaz wrote a book sharing the story of her Olympic journey. “Ginto’t Pilak (Gold and Silver)” can be ordered online through Anvil Publishing, Shopee, and Lazada.
The first All-Filipino online bookfair “AKLATAN” went live online in August for book lovers.
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