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WHY THE PINA HAS A HUNDRED EYES: And Other Philippine Folk Tales About Fruits

  • ₱195.00


Written by Neni Sta. Romana-Cruz
Illustrated by Felix Mago Miguel

1993 National Book Award for Children’s Literature

“A watershed in Philippine children’s book publishing…The books make an excellent child’s introduction to quality.”—The Sunday Chronicle

“ENCHANTING…gracefully told tales.”—Mr.&Ms. Magazine

 

Includes:

  • The Hermit's Three Wishes - The Story of the First Durian
  • Sultan Barabas and the Beggar Child - Why the Guava Wears a Crown
  • Mang Selo and the Dream Angel - How the Lansones Became Edible
  • The Buried Arm - The Story of the First Banana Plant
  • The Magic Bell - The Legend of the First Makopa Tree
  • Why the Piña Has a Hundred Eyes - The Story of the First Pineapple
  • Aganhon the Beautiful - Why the Mango is Shaped Like a Heart
  • The Tree of Life - The Story of the First Coconut

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