The Book Stop Project encourages everyone to share the love of reading by donating a book. (Image: National Commission for Culture and the Arts)
Reading by the nature? Go to the Book Stop Project, a pop up library that allows everybody to get or borrow a book and return it after. Everybody is also encouraged to donate books for the public to read. This project by WTA Design studios aims to create a platform for learning one book at a time.
The Book Stop project occasionally creates community events where people can interact to stimulate awareness on the importance of a well-read community. That includes book reading, poetry reading, and blind date with a book. The pop up library moves from one place to another, most commonly in underserved areas in Metro Manila. As of writing, it is located at Plaza Roma in Intramuros until July 22, 2017.
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