New Filipino children’s books are released by Lampara Books at the Philippine Book Festival in 2024

The Philippine Book Festival (PBF) 2024 will see the release of a brand-new collection of children’s books and educational resources from Lampara Books, the publisher of Easy-To-Learn Books.

Lampara will be introducing brand-new titles that are sure to excite children with a blend of culture, imagination, and education from April 25–28 at Booths C20–C23 at the World Trade Center.

These are the most recent releases:

1.       ABC Pilipinas

Written by Eugene Y. Evasco with illustrations by Cha C. Gatchula, this book offers a captivating exploration of the Philippines’ natural and cultural heritage through the Filipino alphabet.

2.       Og Uhog

An Honorable Mention at the PBBY-Salanga Writer’s Prize in 2002 and a finalist at the National Book Awards in 2003, this comical book is about a snotty-nosed boy named Og who seemingly never has any time to blow his nose. Authored by Christine S. Bellen-Ang with illustrations by John Ronnel Popa, this second edition features whimsical illustrations, offering readers a delightful blend of laughter and life lessons.

3.       Mamay Esing

Crafted by Jobert Grey Landeza and illustrated by Arli Pagaduan, this story, an Honorable Mention at the PBBY-Salanga Writer’s Prize in 2021, introduces readers to the legendary healer of Sorsogon. Through an unexpected encounter with engkantos, this story explores the timeless values of love and family, leaving a lasting impression on readers of all ages.

4.       Ang Kuwento ni Mimosa

Penned by Bimbo Papasin and brought to life by Aldy C. Aguirre’s illustrations, this book follows Pitsy’s journey of faith and growth as he awaits his transformation into a Mimosa tree. Through challenges and perseverance, this enchanting tale inspires readers to embrace their true potential.

5.       Burnay, Ang Batang Palayok

Written by Augie Rivera and illustrated by Danielle Florendo, this book, which won 2nd Prize at the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature in 1993, tells the story of a clay pot’s journey to self-discovery. This timeless tale teaches valuable lessons about self-worth and acceptance, accompanied by reimagined illustrations in its second edition.

6.       PaaasaaaluuuBONG!!!

Authored by John Romeo Venturero and illustrated by Lui Buan, this story explores themes of familial love and sacrifice amidst the Overseas Filipino Workers phenomenon. Through Bong’s heartwarming journey, readers are reminded of the power of love and the importance of cherishing moments with loved ones.

PBF attendees can look forward to engaging in various activities such as book signings by authors and illustrators, interactive storytelling sessions, and exciting booth activities.

Additionally, Lampara Books presents remaining titles from Eugene Y. Evasco’s Big Books series that are designed to make reading fun and worthwhile for children as they improve their reading skills.

With themes ranging from cultural appreciation to moral lessons, these titles promise to ignite young minds and foster a lifelong love for reading.

Aklat ng Halagahan

–        Bayanihan Para kay Umang

–        Bilib Kami sa Iyo

–        Mahal Ko Ang Pilipinas

–        Mga Sagisag ng Pilipinas

Aklat ng Konsepto

–        Ang Pitong Alitaptap

–        Pasasalamat ni Haribon

–        Pasasalamat ni Haribon

–        Pista sa Aming Bayan

Don’t pass up these fantastic chances! I hope to see you at the Lampara Books booths at the 2024 Philippine Book Festival.

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