Monday, December 5, 2011

Cheapest Ever!

Last week, mummy went on another book buying spree. This time, she got me some Chinese books from the Popular clearance sale in IPC (Ikano Power Centre). Priced at only RM1 each, these books were filthy cheap! How not to buy? In just under 10 minutes, mummy had easily grabbed picked 20 books for me...

More books for the bookworm... mummy painstakingly wiped and re-wiped each and every one of these books squeaky clean for me (they were all covered in dust)

Mummy chose mostly story books for me. All the books are very beautifully illustrated and come with "han yu pin yin" so that mummy can teach me how to read

Only RM1 for a hardcover book!

At only RM1, some books even come with an audio CD!

Me and my new collection of Chinese books... RM20 for 20 books :)

I can't read most of these books yet so I have to depend on mummy to read (and explain) them to me at the moment.

16 comments:

  1. Wah very worth leh. Happy reading.

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  2. Now only I remember that I invested quite a lot in English story books, and totally forgot about Chinese and Malay. Good that mummy Chloe bought so may Chinese story books for Chloe. The books are fairly cheap.

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  3. Happy reading Chloe!

    加油! ;)

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  4. Yes Popular have very good selection of Chinese Books

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  5. It's good that you enjoy reading different types of books.

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  6. Haha, not bad hor, we both could grabbed the books for our children at such a cheap price.

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  7. RM1 for a hardcover book?! That's superb cheap! So far I haven't get any Chinese story book for my girl yet, because I can't find any with "han yu pin yin".

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  8. That's really cheap! I've spent hundreds of ringgit on Chinese books for Gwen but yet to read to her..darn..better start it asap!

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  9. Wyneth: Ended already lor... I think the last day was Sunday. When I went last Friday, they put the sign "Last 3 Days".

    ~ChloeRuoyi~

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  10. wow! great one.
    ur little gal with spec now?

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  11. OMG, suicide price! Hope they still left some for me, gonna grab it this coming weekend!

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  12. Ok, notice comment, the bargain was ended, wht a pity!

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  13. I'm looking for more chinese books for my kids, too.. This is very worth deal, nice buy mummy.. :)

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  14. Wow! It definitely costs more than RM1 to publish those books! Good bargain there!

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