Come and build using our Lego Wall!

Just this month, we put up our very own Lego Wall in the EED LRC, and we are inviting everyone to come and build something using this wall!

The Lego wall for Kinder and Grade 1 boys was placed as a continuing effort to support the makerspace movement. Here, students can create something based on their imagination through the use of lego blocks. It can be used during their recess and lunch break. We believe that this will definitely be a great venue to develop creativity among the students in the EED.

Spiderman once said, “With great power, comes great responsibility.” This is why,  the Lego Wall can be played with by boys who can practice the virtues of peacefulness and respect inside the LRC.



Author of the Month : JEFFREY BROWN

Born in 1975 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Jeffrey grew up reading comic books and dreaming of drawing them someday.  When he was 25 years old, he moved to  Chicago to pursue a degree in Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Arts Institute of Chicago.  But by the time he finished his MFA, he had abandoned painting and started drawing comics with his first autobiographical book entitled, “Clumsy” in 2001.  Aside from drawing comic books for publishers like TopShelf, Fantagraphics, Drawn & Quarterly, McSweeney’s, and Chronicle books, he also directed animated video for the band, “Dead Cab for Cutie.”  His art was also shown in galleries in New York, San Francisco, San Diego, and Los Angeles. 

Some of his comic book creation for children are:

  • Lucy and Andy Neanderthal (2016)
  • Lucy and Andy Neanderthal: The Stone Cold Age (2017)
  • Lucy and Andy Neanderthal: Bad to the Bones (2018)
  • Vader’s Little Princess (2013)
  • Star-Wars: Jedi Academy (2013)
  • Goodnight Darth Vader (2014)
  • Darth Vader and Son  (2014)
  • Return of the Padawan (2014)
  • Darth Vader and Friends (2015)
  • The Phantom Bully (2015)
  • Jedi Academy Journal (2015)


Book Review: My journey to the stars

My journey to the stars

by Scott Kelly

Illustrated by Andre Ceolin


Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in zero gravity? How Earth looks like from up above? How the Bahamas looks like in space? Or how it’s really like to spend a year in a space shuttle?

Join astronaut Scott Kelly as he tells us his adventures on how he became an astronaut, straight from his memories of playing in the garden with his Grandma and Pop Pop every weekend. This reminded him of a time when he took care of a plant in the International Space Station (ISS). He has a talent for finding trouble with his twin brother, Mark, who’s also an astronaut. He also shares about his real struggles while in school, him wanting to help people in need, and him wanting to become a doctor. He eventually managed to reach for his dreams to become an astronaut.

It’s all wrapped up in beautiful illustrations and accompanied with photographs from his childhood and magnificent shots of Earth from outer space that is going to give you an out-of-this-world experience. So, grab your spacesuits and dive into Scott Kelly’s adventures as he takes us into the stars!

Come and borrow this now at our Non-fiction (Primary) Section!

July 2018 Activities

For the month of July, the LRC had various activities as we celebrated the National Children’s Book Day and the Jesuit Heritage Month.

It was during the first assembly in July when the Jesuit Heritage Month was launched. The LRC did an I-Spy Iggy Trivia Contest that lasted for three weeks.

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Students from Grades 2 – 6 all lined up to answer the questions for the trivia challenge. The trivia contest was held for three consecutive weeks. Week 1 Winners are Ziv Keh, 4C, Ghabriel Tan, 5F, and Todd Muñoz, 5G. For Week 2, the winners are Zachary Calina, 2C, Jose Mamuric, 4C, and Chen Hua, 5G. The last set of winners are Marcus Ang, 5B, Joshua Go, 6D, and Alexander de los Reyes, 6D. They will be rewarded with a sumptuous lunch at the Jesuit Residences.

Another exciting event for the month was the National Children’s Book Day. The GS LRC celebrated it by having various activities like shadow puppet play, storytelling during lunch time, and the illustrator visit.


Miss Tin Arellano had a storytelling session with the Grades 2 – 4 boys last July 26, 2018. She read the book entitled, “When Zero Left Numberland” by Maita Songco Salvador.

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We also invited Mr. Dominic Agsaway, a recognized illustrator in the Philippines to give a short talk to the Grades 5 and 6 boys. Mr. Agsaway was awarded the Alcala Illustrator’s Prize by the Philippine Board on Books for Young People (PBBY) for his work on the book, “Ngumiti si Andoy.”




The LRC also had a shadow puppet play for the story, “Si Pagong at si Matsing.” The Grades 2-4 really enjoyed watching this shadow play during lunch time.

Watch out for more activities from the GS LRC!