Congratulations, Big Bunso!
A weakling named Greg Heffley narrates his struggles in middle school through his Diary of a Wimpy Kid. With already nine books in the series, and two additional books: a movie diary and a do-it-yourself, the Diary of a Wimpy Kid is my big Bunso’s first book collection. He started collecting Jeff Kinney’s works two years ago. He chanced upon the first among the series in our bookshelf. Since then, he has become interested in the life story of Greg. He would request for a new copy whenever he hears its release.
This semester, he became part of his school’s honors list. I completed his collection and bought the remaining four books. Now, he is a proud collector of all 11 Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. And just before sleeping, he would always read a few pages. He would even share his books with his two older brothers.
By the way, our big Bunso is his school’s grade 4 overall second honors.
Congratulations, big Bunso! May this achievement brings you inspiration and passion for striving more. And as for your book collection, you have already completed your Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Maybe it’s time to think of a new title to collect. We are more than willing to support your love for reading.
Congratulations, Second Son!
With proud hearts, we congratulate you Second Son on your dedication to your studies. Remember that you can achieve anything; you just need to focus on your goal and to reach for them always. Do not lose courage. I wish that you will not get tired of learning and realizing the best in yourself.
Trust yourself. Turn those tiny sparks of curiosity and wanting to learn into flames of achievement.
Firstborn was chosen to represent his class on the Book Parade during their school’s Literacy Week celebration. He was tasked to dress up like Harry Potter — one of the most loved book characters of teenagers and even grown ups like me — and march within the school campus.
He was so excited to tell his mom that he will play Harry Potter. This mother, however, relied on her husband to look for a costume. It was Saturday morning when the husband told me he wasn’t able to find any Harry Potter costume. I began to worry as I have no idea where to look for one. It was already Saturday and we only have that day and Sunday to produce a costume as firstborn will be needing it on Monday.
I googled right away and good thing I chance upon Seven Potters Shop, an online store managed by Jam Pelinggon. I texted her of my needs and concerns and she reassured me I could have the robe and necktie by tomorrow afternoon. I just need to text her of my son’s measurement.
Sunday came and we met Jam at Trinoma to pick up the costume. I was really impressed on the outcome of my son’s robe and necktie. Jam relayed to us that she is a big fun of Harry Potter thus sells anything related to it. She even has a replica of Harry Potter’s eyeglasses.
So for those who would be needing a Harry Potter costume or any robes and neckties used at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Jam’s Seven Potters Shop is one reliable source. You may reach her at +63 932 242 1380 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. You could also check her on Facebook — Seven Potters Shop.
Happy wizarding, everyone!