"Boy Kendeng loves to dance, wear a crown and a cape. He does all this in private, stopping when his father is around. Will his father ever talk to him about it?"--goodreads.com.
"Alpabeto ng Kalikasan is a one-of-a-kind alphabet book that features Philippine flora and fauna from A to Z. Stunning and colorful illustrations depict native species, like the Rafflesia, tamaraw and pawikan, in a fun and creative way. Also showcased in the...
"Kabilang sa seryeng nagtatampok ng mga awiting kagigiliwan ng mga bata." --back cover.
"Kabilang sa seryeng nagtatampok ng mga awiting kagigiliwan ng mga bata" --Back cover.
Using bright illustrations, children will love to learn about their first Filipino words.
Using bright illustrations, children will love to learn about their first Filipino words. This title highlights the parts of a face: eyes, ears, nose, etc.
Using bright illustrations and actual photos, children will love to learn about their first Filipino words.
"Autobiographical picture book based on the author's struggle with depression. The author represents fighting depression with a kid fighing a dragon." --Cataloger's summary based on synopsises from goodreads.com.
Araw - araw ay laging magkasama sina Mat at Lolo Ompong. Para kay Mat,baliktad na ang mundo! Bakit kaya ganoon ang naiisip niya? -- cover.
"It was Billy's first time to tag along with his mother, a jeepney driver. During their trip, what did Billy see?" -- inside back cover.
Kaliwa-kanan, taas-baba. Ang papet na bata, puwede bang maging malaya? -- cover.
"Tabi, tabi, dali, dali!Nandito na si Kiko Kitikiti.Si Kiko ay mabilis at malikot gaya ng kitikiting makulit.Naiinis tuloy sa kanya ang ibang tao.Puwede kayang maging bida si Kiko Kitikiti?" -- cover.
Sayaw ng mga Kamay is an uplifting story about a friendship overcoming disability barriers with Filipino Sign Language..
"Sampung Eroplano is a wordless counting book about a child who discovers the importance of sharing with those in need." -- https://adarna.com.ph/products/sampung-eroplano.
"Chabibi likes to do a lot of things but always gets "Don't!" and "No!" for an answer from the adults around her. Is it really wrong to do the things she wants to do? --goodreads.com.
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