• Family Fun and Kid-Friendly Learning with Jollitown Books of Fun

    ‘Tis the season to be reading, bonding and sharing with the Jollitown Books of Fun.
  • Jollitown Books of FunAdd more meaning to your Christmas celebration this year by instilling the love of reading and giving to kids. Bring home Jollitown Books of Fun and create happy bonding moments while helping the less fortunate. 

    Ideal Christmas presents, Jollitown Books of Fun is a set of three books that will surely captivate kids from start to finish. The first book, entitled A Wish Comes True in Jollitown, reveals the story of how Jollibee met his friends Hetty, Twirlie, Yum, and Popo. Jollitown Game Collection, the second book is packed with exciting board games which makes it a perfect bonding activity for families and friends. The third book, A Day of Friends and Activities, features a story about the value of friendship filled with various puzzles and games. 
    Apart from sharing the gift of learning and creating more fun family moments, these activity-filled books can also give you the opportunity to help children in need.

    A portion of the proceeds will be used by Jollibee to help fund various programs that will improve the welfare of Filipino children particularly in areas of health and general well-being, education and literacy.

    “The Jollitown Books of Fun set is a great gift this Christmas. It will surely bring smiles to children’s faces and encourage them to read and enjoy learning. By purchasing the books, people will have the chance to help support children’s needs and  raise money for programs that promote their welfare,” says Jollibee marketing vice president Albert Cuadrante. 

    Available in all Jollibee stores nationwide, the books are priced at P249 per set. Customers can buy any number of sets with any Jollibee food or drink purchase. 

    Celebrate a more meaningful Christmas with Jollibee’s Jollitown Books of Fun! Hurry and go to your nearest Jollibee stores and get your hands on these books until December 31, 2011 or until supplies last. 

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