A Party of Ten in San Diego

Party of Ten in San Diego is about ten friends who have transferred residences due to school and job considerations. Although they now live far apart from each other, they took the time to fellowship and celebrate.
Bilingual in Tagalog and English.

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Vina Martinez-Tiglao
Ang Dyirap na Kumain sa Buwan

The Giraffe That Ate the Moon – Tagalog & English Dual Text

Sometimes it takes a big change for us to realize what is important in life. Join George the giraffe as he learns a lesson about the importance of home and family when he tries to eat the moon, all while learning a new language.

Babl Books is dedicated to bringing bilingual books to children all over the world.

Aralie Rangel and Bab’l Books
Ang Kamatis Ni Peles

Readers will learn the different days of the week while following the life of Peles, a lazy grasshopper planting tomatoes. This is a children’s picture book in 2 languages- English and Filipino. Recommended for children ages 8-9

Virgilio S. Almario
Ang Mananayaw

Poetry of Filipino journalist and writer Rosauro Almario. Originally published in 1910. Tula ng Pilipino mamamahayag at manunulat Rosauro Almario. Orihinal nai-publish sa 1910., Project Gutenberg
Rosauro Almario
Ang Mestisa

Ang Mestiza is a popular Tagalog novel by Filipino novelist Engacio Valmonte and originally published in 1921.

Ang Mestiza ay isang popular na nobelang Tagalog ng Pilipino nobelista Engacio Valmonte at orihinal na-publish sa 1921.

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Engracio Valmonte
Ang Mga Lihim Ng Pulang Diary (Tagalog Gay Stories)

Ang Mga Lihim ng Pulang Diary is a book compilation of tagalog gay short stories.

Mga kwento para sa mga lalaki, sa mga lalaking umiibig at nagnanasa sa lalaki. Ito ang librong sasalamin sa inyong pagkatao, sa mga lihim na iyong pinakatago-tago. Sa mga katotohanang hindi mo pa matanggap at sa puso mong takot magmahal.

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Taga Imus
Barkada ng Lima

Five short stories originally written in English by American Book Awarded Ninotchka Rosca, translated into Tagalog by Pia Arboleda, head of the Filipino and Philippine Literature Program of the University of Hawaii. The book is in both English and Tagalog.

Ninotchka Rosca
Buntong Hininga

Poetry, originally published in 1915.  Mga tula, orihinal nai-publish sa 1915., Project Gutenberg
Pascual de Leon

As moving pictures were captivating audiences all over the world in the 1920s, Jose Maria Rivera wrote this hilarious play depicting characters in a Filipino society who love to be entertained by cinema.

“Marami ang naaliw sa paglaganap ng cinema noon panahong 1920s. Dito sinulat ni Jose Maria Rivera ang kangyang obra na isang nakakatuwang dulang nagpapakita ng mga iba’t ibang tao sa lipunan na mahilig manood ng cine.”

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Jose Maria Rivera
El Filibusterismo

El Filibusterismo (The Subversive) also known by its alternative title, The Reign of Greed, is the second novel by Jose Rizal and the sequel to the more famous Noli Me Tangere (Touch Me Not).

“The novel’s dark theme departs dramatically from the previous novel’s hopeful and romantic atmosphere, signifying the character Ibarra’s resort to solving his country’s issues through violent means, after his previous attempt at reforming the country’s system have made no effect and seemed impossible with the attitudes of the Spaniards towards the Filipinos. The novel, along with its predecessor, was banned in some parts of the Philippines as a result of their portrayals of the Spanish government’s abuse and corruption. These novels along with Rizal’s involvement in organizations that aim to address and reform the Spanish system and its issues led to Rizal’s exile to Dapitan and eventual execution.” (Wikipedia)

The English version is available in paperback at Amazon at , as an ebook at ManyBooks at as well as at Kobo.

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