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Title The Commuting Reader (‘Ticket book’ Series) - Malay Edition  
ISBN 978 981 4779 05 0
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
 
Author(s)
Edited by Juffri bin Supa’at
 
Specifications 180 x 115mm / 96pp / Paperback
 
Publication Date Feb-2017
 
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 14.02 BUY NOW
 
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About the Books

The Commuting Reader is a series of four books of local literature, one in each of Singapore’s four official languages. The books are anthologies of original, creative content; comprising stories, poetry and comics by many of Singapore’s most vibrant and talented literary artists.  

All of the works featured in the four books were specially commissioned and the collections feature pieces by the likes of Troy Chin, Neil Humphreys, O Thiam Chin, You Jin, Chia Joo Ming, Isa Kamari, and many more. The books are heavily design-accented, with beautiful cover designs, plentiful illustrations, and even a removable, fully illustrated ‘Literary Landmarks’ map of Singapore. 

Uniquely, with the support of SMRT Ltd, the books come with an enclosed NETS FlashPay card, inclusive of $5.00 of pre-loaded credit. This allows readers to use the book as a ‘ticket book’ during their daily commute, encouraging the enjoyment of local literature while on the go.  

The publication of these books is part of the wider initiative, ‘Buy Local, Read our World’, led by the National Arts Council and the National Book Development Council to promote the appreciation of Singapore literature among the general public, especially the younger generation.  

About the Editors

Each book in the series is edited by respected and experienced figures in the literary community: Yong Shu Hoong (English book), Tan Chee Lay (Chinese), Juffri bin Supa’at (Malay) and Kokilavani Silvarathi (Tamil).
   
 
  
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