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5 Things to Love About the Summit Books Booth at MIBF 2015

Tons of books, magazines, great deals—and a cozy nook that bookworms would love

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Photography: Mark Francis Jesalva

September signals the beginning of different things in our country—start of the Christmas season, many big sales and events, early holiday shopping, and if you're a bookworm, we're sure that you always look forward to the Manila International Book Fair!

Now on it's 36th year, the five-day event brings together publishers and book lovers in one venue to celebrate books and reading. What makes it more special? Each booth is unique and inviting! Aside from big signs announcing discounts, the spaces have special touches that will entice visitors to stop and see what's in store for them in each.

Summit Books' booth was designed by interior designers Kimi Manuel and Athena Maramag. They translated the ideas of the Summit Books team into a visual concept and space that people can step into and get excited with all the books.

If you don't have weekend plans yet, make sure you drop by the fair and do check out the Summit Books booth! It also placed as a finalist for Best Booth at the fair, too!

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Here are some of the things that we loved in the space:

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