By Hanunuo Mangyan
Anton Postma (†), Sylvia Mayuga, Marne Kilates, Quintin Pastrana, Resti Reyes Pitogo, Danton Remoto, Soledad Laviña
Lolita Delgado-Fansler, Quintin Pastrana, Raena Abella, Emily Catapang
2018 Winner Gintong Aklat Awards, Arts and Humanities2018 Finalist, National Book Award, Translations
Written by Russell Molina
Illustrated by Liza Flores
Winner: 2016 Cardinal Sin Catholic Book Awards – Youth and Children Category
Written by Didith T. Rodrigo
Illustrated by Patricia Lascano
Winner, Kid's Choice Award (NBDB and PBBY)
4th National Children's Book Award 2016
Juan Paolo "Gutch" Gutierrez
Felipe "Zig" Marasigan
Illustrated by Gutch Gutierrez
Winner, Kids' Choice Award (NBDB and PBBY) National Children's Book Award, 2014
In a faraway land, whenever the moon was full, a ferocious creature called "The Beast" emerged to terrorize villagers.
This went on for many generations, until a curious boy sought to discover the truth about this monster...
Size: 10 x 8 inches, full color
C2S paper, Soft bound
Illustrated by Jomike Tejido
Winner, 1st National Children's Book Award (NBDB and PBBY)
Top 10 Best Reads, 2010
The book is one of the titles in the Great Men and Women of Asia—Children's Series, a partnership project of The Bookmark, Inc. and the Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation, to bring stories of real-life heroism to children all over the world, so that they may grow in their love of country, compassion for their fellowmen, and perserverance to achieve worthwhile goals anchored on strong personal values.
16 pages; softbound
Edgar B. Maranan
Winner, National Book Award, Poetry, 2008
A collection of poems primarily on people, places, things, as observed and absorbed by the poet ...
Edward H.M. Wang, MD MSc
Ariel Virgil de Dios, MD
Winner, 27th National Book Award, Best Medicine Book, 2007
Bone Tumors in Filipinos is a pioneering and exceptional work, the culmination of a decade-long meticulous collection and documentation of Filipino data. A well-organized and user-friendly book, its repository of facts and figures encompasses the epidemiology, clinical and radiologic presentation, and pathologic description of all bone tumors seen at a tertiary university teaching hospital. It will serve as a vital reference for any student, resident-trainee, or physician interested in the diagnosis of these difficult yet most interesting of conditions.
Photography by Jurgen Freund
Essays by Romeo Trono, Raoul Cola, Lida Pet-Soade, Wendy Ames, Patricia Regis, and Jose Ma. Lorenzo Tan
Winner, Gintong Aklat Award, Trade Book, 2002
This book is a celebration of the beauty and biodiversity of the marine ecoregion Sulu–Sulawesi. It is a breathtaking chronicle in images and words of the different habitats and cultures that exist here today, the formidable threats to the area’s continuing existence, and the responsibility which man must acknowledge to preserve this important ecoregion.
ISBN: 971-569-426-8 (hb)
Edited by Gilda Cordero-Fernando, Fernando Zialcita
Winner, National Book Award, Social Science, 2002
The book documents the variety of beliefs and practices of Lent, the most varied, vibrant, and visible liturgical season in the Philippines. It explains the customary features of Philippine Lent, by showing how the Filipino has shaped Christianity, how the average Filipino has reinterpreted Christian belief within the context of Philippine social, political, and economic structures, as well as the physical environment. This book provides an excellent opportunity to study the Filipino’s interpretation of Christianity.
Neil Aldrin Mallari, Blas Tabaranza Jr, Michael Crosby
Winner, National Book Award, Environment, 2001
This book bears testimony to the fact that it is not too late for the diverse and fascinating wildlife of the Philippines—nor for its environment. This book presents some of the most important information to date on the state of the environment in the Philippines. The natural biological diversity of the Philippines remains intact at certain sites throughout much of the nation, and realistic and attainable management programs can ensure its permanent survival.
Winner, National Book Award, Dictionary 2001
This is the most comprehensive dictionary on Philippine plant names, with more than 43,300 vernacular names representing more than 97 languages and dialects in the country. It covers various groups of plants from algae, mosses, fungi, ferns and fern-allies, and flowering plants. It is intended as a general reference and guide for easy identification or naming of Philippine plant life, which is one of the most diverse and richest in the world.difficult yet most interesting of conditions.
971-569-262-1 (Vol. 1)
971-569-264-8 (Vol. 2)
Winner, National Book Award, Biography/Autobiography, 2001
A Life Shaped by Music is a story of National Artist for Music Andrea O. Veneracion and her lifework as founder and choirmaster of the Philippine Madrigal Singers. Poet Marjorie Evasco weaves the multi-colored strands of more than 37 years of the story, clarifying for those who admire Prof. Veneracion and the Philippine Madrigal Singers the intrinsic spirit, the magical rapport, the discipline, and the passion that animate every performance of the choir.
971-569-413-6 (hard cover)
971-569-412-8 (soft cover)
Alan White, Ph.D.
Winner, Gintong Aklat Award, Natural Science, 2001
The book is a compilation of the observations of the obvious life forms found in coral reefs around the Philipines. This guide acquaints readers with new organisms and presents a glimpse of the fascinating underwater world. This new edition, updated and improved, gives added emphasis on the status of resources and the need to conserve Philippine coral reefs.
Edited by Jonathan Best
Illustrated by Ferdinand Doctolero
Winner, National Book Award, Art, 2001
This book of essays celebrates the uniqueness of Filipino culture as expressed through its built environment, the vanishing record of the country's priceless cultural and natural heritage.
Carla M. Pacis
Winner, National Book Award, Children's Book, 2000
This children’s book features five charming and sentimental stories that speak of the people and the fascinating animals living in the islands of Sulu. The book is an effort to document and preserve some of the indigenous literary genres like legends, myths, and folktales, and create short stories for both the young and old from these raw, orally transmitted tales.
ISBN: 971-569-376-8 (hb)
Winner, National Book Award, Children’s Literature, 2000
Second Prize Winner, Short Story for Children category
Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature 1991
The Jinx is a shortened adaptation by the author of his original children’s story in Filipino—Si Sabel, Si Sabiong Lumba-Lumba, at ang Hiwaga sa Laot—which won the Grand Prize in the 1990 PBBY-Alfrredo Salanga Writer’s Prize in children’s literature. It tells the story of how a young girl named Sabel and her dolphin friend, Sabio, fought to save the people of Taliwas from a dangerous sea monster that had brought suffering and starvation to a remote fishing village.
Winner, Gintong Aklat Award, Trade Book, 2000
In his second book of vintage photographs, Jonathan Best has retrieved a beautiful collection of Philippine images from the dusty albums and old picture cards sent to America decades long ago. This “album” of timeless images is a visual feast and a poignant reminder of much which remains of the rich heritage and unique character of the Filipino people.
Edited by Rene B. Javellana, SJ
Winner, National Book Award, History, 2000
The book paints a quick but accurate sketch of Mindanao today, the traditional home of 19 ethnolinguistic groups and the adopted home of millions of settlers who have embraced this land as their true home.
ISBN: 971-569-316-4 (hb)
Jose Ma. Lorenzo Tan
Winner, National Book Award, Environment, 2000
The book tells the story of the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park located along a vast range of mountains down the northeastern side of Luzon. The Park is recognized as one of the global key sites for conservation of biodiversity. The natural park is home to 70 threatened species including mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and shellfish, and serves as home to more than a thousand indigenous people, the Dumagats. The book details the wonders of the park, its rich natural resources, and wildlife.
Winner, National Book Award, Cookbooks and Food, 2000
This book gathers not only recipes of Lydia Castillo’s extensive collection and from the files of her food-order business, The Private Kitchen, but also useful tips on menu planning and sticking to a tight budget.
Edited by Lorna Kalaw-Tirol
Winner, National Book Award, History, 1998
Winner, Gintong Aklat Award, Social Science, 2000
A portrait of the world at the time of the Philippine revolution giving us a glimpse of life a hundred years ago. A book of 402 photographs, five main essays, and 20 short ones bring back into focus the details of the world of 1896. Rare vintage photographs more than just add grace to the book, being eloquent testimonies of a pivotal era in the history of the Philippines. It gives us a clue why the revolution happened, when it did and not many years before.
ISBN: 971-569-303-2 (hb)
Eduardo Cu Unjieng
Winner, National Book Award, Photography, 1999
Anilao has become a favorite weekend destination for Manila’s diving community. The incredible variety of exotic creatures such as ghost pipefishes, snake eels, flying gurnards, and bobbit worms need to be witnessed first hand. All imaginable variations of crinoids, soft and hard coral, and sea fans surrounded by clouds of reef fishes provide an explosion of color and vitality that is breathtaking. What is truly remarkable is this celebration of life continues despite serious threats to Anilao’s marine environment.
ISBN: 971-569-353-1 (hb)
Larry Gotuaco, Rita Tan, Allison Diem
Winner, Gintong Aklat Award, Art and Architecture, 1998
book is an attempt to present a more complete picture of the variety and
quality of Chinese and Vietnamese blue and white wares traded in the
Philippines. The Chinese ceramics featured here were made in the last 40
years of the Yuan Dynasty, and in the succeeding 275 years of the Ming
Dynasty. The Vietnamese wares were contemporaneous, from the late
Photography by Masato Yokohama
Winner, National Book Award, Art, 1998
Form and Splendor, a large-format coffee-table book with 260 full-color pages on heavy, glossy stock, tells readers about the aura of ornaments that are distinctly Asian in their simplicity, directness of design, integrity of materials and talismanic, fetishistic power. Seven years in the making, this should be the definitive book on Cordillera ornament to date.
By Doreen Fernandez
The book identifies, in layman's definition, the fruits generally identified as bungang kahoy, bunga or prutas generally edible without cooking, often used as dessert or squeezed into juice or cooked into sweets. Each fruit is described through its taste, the way it is eaten, and how it figures in the culture (in folklore, in belief; its medicinal uses, if any). The book also presents full color pictures and drawings of the fruits in order to introduce them to the young, to foreigners, and to those who had not experienced them.
ISBN: 971-569-259-1 (hb)
Winner, National Book Award, Book Design, 1997
The book showcases a string of fortifications built by Spanish colonists throughout the Philippine archipelago beginning in 1565. Over the next 300 years these forts served as their defense in protecting themselves and their emerging settlements from perceived enemies.
The book shows off the author’s 150 best shots of the Philippines’ beautiful and rich undersea life.
Maria Ana Gonzalez de Leon-Hudson
Book design by Dindo Lana
Winner, National Book Award, Cookbooks and Food, 1997
Winner, National Book Award, Book Design, 1997
The book is a compilation of over 230 recipes and includes useful information on basic kitchen equipment and basic ingredients. It also features tips on how to cook rice and noodles and the art of creating the perfect pie crust.
Hilconida Calumpong, Ernani Meñez
Winner, National Book Award, Science, 1997
This book was prepared to provide a reference to identify the common and interesting marine vegetation that can be encountered during a visit to a seashore, coral reef, or a mangrove area. It is also hoped that this book will increase awareness on the real value of mangroves, seagrasses, and seaweeds as a natural resource, a unique habitat, and a nursery for juvenile fish and invertebrates.
Translated by Guadalupe Fores Ganzon, Luis Antonio Mañeru
Winner, National Book Award, Translation, 1997
The seven-volume collection is a comprehensive bilingual edition that pays tribute to Marcelo H. del Pilar’s key role in creating the Filipino newspaper La Solidaridad, a fortnightly publication of the Propaganda Movement spearheaded by del Pilar, Lopez-Jaena, Rizal, Luna, Ponce, and Panganiban. The only complete facsimile edition of the Spanish original text, covering the period February 15, 1889 to November, 1896.
Winner, Ceres Alabado Award, 1997
A different kind of story book for children which deals with the strange fascinating character of Ningning in this visually enriched literary piece by the classic Gilda Cordero-Fernando.
Translated by Ma. Soledad Lacson-Locsin
Winner, National Book Award, Translation, 1996
El Filibusterismo takes us to where Noli Me Tangere left off, the continuing struggle of Simoun, the transformed Ibarra. In this new translation, Soledad Lacson-Locsin has restored the original dedication “Al Pueblo Filipino y su Gobierno,” which was not in the printed edition, in order to heighten the change from the softer emotions of the Noli to the anger and passion of the Fili.
Translated by Ma. Soledad Lacson-Locsin
Winner, National Book Award, Best Translation, 1996
The Noli Me Tangere by Jose P. Rizal, national hero of the Philippines, is the novel with the greatest impact on Filipino political thinking in the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as the widest influence on contemporary fiction, drama, opera, dance, and film. In this new translation, Soledad Lacson-Locsin, a bilingual writer, has restored the unpublished chapter about Elias and Salome, as well as the whole of the "Canto de Maria Clara," wishing this translation to be faithful rendition of the original.
ISBN: 971-569-187-0 (hb)
Dr. Domingo Madulid
Winner, National Book Award, Science, 1995
People from various walks of life have long wanted an easy-to-read, comprehensive reference that will lead them to the identification and description of the numerous beautiful ornamental plants of the Philippines and to other pertinent information. This book provides an answer to this long-felt need and presents in a systematic and pictorial form more than 1,000 species and varieties of native and introduced ornamental plants in the country.
Revised Edition, 2000 with 388 pages and ISBN 971-569-366-0
Jose Ma. Lorenzo Tan
Winner, National Book Award, Environment, 1995
“A well-made, exhaustively researched, and well-documented book with a conscience. Author Lory Tan shows us the beauty of these animals and what is happening to them now. A scaled recognition chart in full color is an added treat for kids and conscientious adults. The quality of this book is as impressive as its purpose is urgent.”—Sunday Inquirer
Maria Elena Paterno
Photography by Neal M. Oshima with Claudine D. Sia.
Winner, National Book Award, Art, 1995
This book was borne out of an idea to consider the National Museum treasures in a slightly different light—to look at textures, patinas, echoes of past lives; and to discover implications of who we are and the way we live our present lives. The book showcases 58 of the finest examples of Philippine art and craft.
ISBN: 971-569-178-1 (hb)
Book design Beth Parocha
Winner, National Book Award, Book Design, 1994
This book goes beyond being a simple history of early postcards and gives the reader a fascinating portrait of the Philippines during the first two decades of this country. It offers us a visual memory of a time which still retained much of the charm of the 19th century but was rapidly being transformed by political change and the advent of the modern era.
ISBN: 971-569-140-4 (hb)
Winner, National Book Award, Cookbooks and Food, 1994
This fun book, disguised as a cookbook, is a brief autobiography with a rather extended digression on food. Incidentally, the recipes in these pages are authentic and truly edible and—in fact—epicurean.
Hugging the Trees
Winner. 10th Cardinal Sin Catholic Book Awards. 2016 - Youth and Children Category
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