Filipino Children's Favorite Stories by Liana Romulo,Joanne De Leon PDF

By Liana Romulo,Joanne De Leon

ISBN-10: 962593765X

ISBN-13: 9789625937656

ISBN-10: 9625938877

ISBN-13: 9789625938875

This colorfully illustrated multicultural kid's e-book offers Philippine fairy stories and different folks stories—providing perception right into a wealthy oral culture.

Filipino kid's favourite Stories provides 13 well-loved myths and stories from the Philippines. those tales will enchant six to 10 12 months outdated readers worldwide with their wit and beauty. a few of the stories were transmitted from mom to baby over centuries, and canopy vintage formative years themes—such because the forces of fine prevailing over evil, childrens rebelling opposed to adults and the susceptible triumphing over the powerful.

Narrated with a world viewers in brain and illustrated with whimsical watercolors by way of award-winning artist Joanne de Leon, this can be a must-have choice of stories for somebody attracted to the Philippines.

Featured Filipino tales include:

  • Why Mosquitoes Buzz round Our Ears
  • The Magic Lake>
  • The Deer and the Snail
  • Why the Cock Crows
  • The Prince's Bride

The Children's favourite Stories sequence used to be created to percentage the folktales and legends such a lot liked by means of little ones within the East with younger readers of all backgrounds within the West. different multicultural kid's books during this sequence comprise: Asian kid's favourite tales, Indian kid's favourite tales, Indonesian kid's favourite tales, eastern kid's favourite tales, Singapore kid's favourite tales, favourite kid's tales from China & Tibet, chinese language kid's favourite tales, Korean kid's favourite tales, Balinese kid's favourite Stories, and Vietnamese kid's favourite Stories.

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