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Written and illustrated by Nelson Agustin, this board book introduces children to various Filipino dishes while learning the alphabet. It is "an alphabetical, gastronomic journey through Filipino food." Publisher:Ilaw ng Tahanan Publishing, Philippines Publication...

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A Guide to Families of Common Flowering Plants in the Philippines

Authored by Irma Remo Castro, this book is an introduction to the science of plant classification and identification or plant taxonomy. It defines the terms used in describing a flowering...


A History of the Philippines

First published in 1987, A History of the Philippines by Dr. Samuel K. Tan offers a conceptual framework of what he calls "the story of man in the Philippines" in...

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A Life Shaped By Music: Andrea O. Veneracion and The Philippine Madrigal Singers

This book is the story of National Artist for Music Andrea O. Veneracion and her lifework as founder and choirmaster of the Philippine Madrigal Singers. Poet Marjorie Evasco weaves the multi-colored...


A Natural History of Empire

Fraying at the edge of a life lived uselessly, an old man ponders over things that may have been. A vanishing guerilla, a knife fight across the ocean, a chat...


A Passion to Paint: The Colorful World of Pacita Abad

An introduction to the life and work of Pacita Abad (1946-2004), this publication includes an essay by Jack Garrity, as well as a timeline of key exhibitions, works, and publications...


A Question of Heroes

First published in 1977, Nick Joaquin's A Question of Heroes looks at ten Filipino heroes - Jose Burgos, Marcelo H. del Pilar, Graciano Lopez-Jaena, Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, Emilio Aguinaldo,...

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A Reader in Philippine Film: History and Criticism

A result of a symposium held in 2011 as a way of celebrating Nicanor Tiongson's birthday and retirement from the University of the Philippines, this reader is a compilation of...

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A Satire of Two Nations

Helen Yu-Rivera's 'A Satire of Two Nations: Exploring Images of the Japanese in Philippine Political Cartoons' utilizes visual satire as a primary tool for discourse analysis, charting the shifting dimensions...