Sampu Pataas, Sampu Pababa



[Ebook] ➧ Sampu Pataas, Sampu Pababa Author Russell Molina – E17streets4all.co.uk Kabisado ng aking kaibigan ang bilang ng baitang ng hagdan papuntang eskuwelahan Bilang na bilang niya ang bawat hakbang kahit saan man siya magpuntaKakaiba si Mak Mak Sa utak niya y puro numero ang n Kabisado ng aking kaibigan ang bilang ng baitang ng hagdan papuntang eskuwelahan Bilang na bilang niya ang bawat hakbang kahit saan man siya magpuntaKakaiba si Mak Mak Sa utak niya y puro numero ang nagsisirkoMarami siyang mga tanong sa akin Tulungan ninyo akong sagutin.Sampu Pataas, Sampu Pababa

RUSSELL MOLINA is a Filipino children s book author and graphic novelist Reflecting current Filipino realities and mirroring the local milieu and culture, his stories embrace a wide range of themes From difficult issues like discrimination and apathy to real life experiences like sibling rivalry and the reinvention of the family structure With books like Madyik Silya ni Titoy Titoy s Magical Chair and Sampu Pataas, Sampu Pababa Ten Up, Ten Down , Molina has inspired children to conquer physical disabilities with a dose of creativity and imaginationFor his stories, Sampu Pataas, PDF/EPUB ² he has won in numerous awards shows, including the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, The PBBY Salanga Writer s Prize, The PBBY Alcala Illustrator s Prize and the National Children s Book Awards.

Sampu Pataas, Sampu Pababa PDF ë Sampu Pataas,
  • Paperback
  • 26 pages
  • Sampu Pataas, Sampu Pababa
  • Russell Molina
  • Filipino; Pilipino
  • 14 November 2017

10 thoughts on “Sampu Pataas, Sampu Pababa

  1. says:

    Gifting this to my nieces, and so I had to check it out for myself first I was never one to enjoy math in school, probably because of how it was taught back then, but if it was presented this way in story form I would have represented my school to quiz bees and math competitions There are simple and higher maths fractions, compounded equations, etc in this one, which can be enjoyed by young and adult readers alike The bonus is that view spoiler this book also taps into inclusive ness, Gifting this to my nieces, and so I had to check it out for myself first I was never one to enjoy math in school, probably because of how it was taught back then, but if it was presented this way in story form I would have represented my school to quiz bees and math competitions There are simple and higher maths fractions, compounded equations, etc in this one, which can be enjoyed by young and adult readers alike The bonus is that view spoiler this book also taps into inclusive ness, featuring a Person With Disability in the story hide spoiler I really hope my nieces enjoy this even though it s recommended for nine and up and they re still five and below

  2. says:

    its interesting

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