Let us raise a generation of proud Filipinos.
It's a fun way to introduce children to different cultures and in a medium that's easy to understand.
If you want to teach your kids Filipino languages and culture, start with these unique storybooks.
Labor & Childbirth
“Bago pa lang ako mabuntis, sinabi ko na sa sarili kong manganganak ako sa tubig.”
This 8-year-old snorkels without fear in the open sea and she just had her first scuba diving experience.
You will not be disappointed at the selections with current bestsellers at 80% off!
Big Bad Wolf is so overwhelming so we hope this shopping list will help.
Dad is the main character in these children's books that are perfect for read-aloud sessions.
We only need to look at our trash bins to know that all of us contribute to global pollution.
The mom, who shares her 7 secrets to raising a reader, just needed to be patient.
My 7-year-old girl now prefers books over toys.
All titles listed are proudly written, illustrated and published by Filipinos.
The men behind some of our favorite children's books share childhood memories that shape who they are today.
Love & Relationships
In an anonymous and informal online survey, 35 moms get real and honest about married sex.
They create stories that inspire and get kids to listen. What’s the secret?
Several schools here will begin the application period by September 2017 for school year 2018-2019
In celebration of Buwan ng Wika, here are fun titles that will spark your child’s love for our native tongue
An often overlooked essential for a nursery is a library of books in the Filipino language.
Toys do not always spark joy in children. They will remember these gift ideas
These books can help when your child starts to ask "why is she dressed like a man" or vice versa.
Subjects like a new sibling, religion, death, or financial struggles can be tough to explain to kids. Here are 11 books to help you.