Children's books I have written
I hope your children enjoy these books. Some of them are bilingual (English-Tagalog).
I would be happy to hear from you.
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Inspired by a true story, Tony’s Wheels follows a boy who moves to Canada from the Philippines and becomes successful in wheelchair racing. He becomes so good he gets to join the National Canadian Team.
Gabby and the Lechon Parade
The Lechon Festival - Parada ng Lechon - is celebrated annually on June 24 in Balayan, Batangas as part of the town's celebration of their patron saint, St. John the Baptist. There is a parade of roasted pigs in the town center, as well as playful dousing of water to commemorate the baptism and sainthood of St. John.
It's the day of the Lechon Parade! Gabby checks on his family's roasted pig, their own entry for the Best Lechon prize. The lechon looks and smells so good, Gabby could not help himself and tries to have a small taste. But wait... what happens next?
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Sandy Beaches to Snow, Snow to Sandy Beaches
Two children recount the sounds and sights and lovable chaos of preparing to travel across the seas. One is travelling from sun and sand to a winter clime; the other is going the exact opposite way.
Goodnight Philippines, Goodnight World
A dreamy book of different people in different places tenderly saying goodnight to each other. Each spread highlights a specific place and language in the Philippines, as well as a place and language in another country, as separated Filipino loved ones bid each other good night.