Alejandre A. Abaygar
This is a simplified guide to Fire Safety for the home and office. It provides everyone with basic information needed to make each home or office safe from fire. It contains specific suggestions on what to do incase of fire, as well as what steps to make to minimize the incidence of fire. It also identifies some practical personal safety equipment and devices for the home/office.
Also design for quick easy reading, as basic reference and guide for EVERYONE in the family who, whether they are aware of it or not, are exposed daily to the ever-present danger of fire.
Applicable to conventional homes, apartments, sprawling townhouses, as we as high-rise residential, commercial/office condominium buildings.
Rene Javellana, SJ
Book design by
Felix Mago Miguel
Jose Ma. Lorenzo P. Tan
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 story of the first gabi plant and why its leaves never get wet.
Copyright © 1990
Rosario Angeles Tan-Alora
Copyright © 2007
retold by Maria Elena Paterno
This book is a collection of 37 hand drawn animation cels, the sky frames from the storyboard for the full length film animation IBONG ADARNA.
Animasia's Ibong Adarna is the first of a series of folktales from South East Asia, collected from more popular folklore from China, Malaysia, Cambodia, India, Pakistan and Thailand, translated from vernacular, and comtemporized into the language that children today can understand.
The folktales contain the same elements that have captivated children's hearts for centuries: the magic of Hans Christian Andersen, the romance of the Arabian Nights and lessons from Aesop's fables, and yet each story is characterized by the exotic culture and unique value system of the country from where they originated.
The purpose of the folktale series is to introduce children all over the world to the myths and values of South East Asian culture. The purpose of Animasia's Ibong Adarna is to remind Filipinos everywhere of the culture and heritage of which they can be proud.
Copyright © 1998
Augusto F. Villalon
LUGAR: Essays on Philippine Heritage and Architecture is a collection of
essays that takes an inward look at how Philippine architecture
expresses the culture that created it, and journeys through history to
investigate the cultural influences that have indelibly marked Filipino
architecture and built environment that defines today’s Filipino
lifestyle and the national psyche. The book takes a look at the spaces
that have been lovingly treasured or allowed to disintegrate into
memory. This series 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. Book design
is by artist Felix Mago Miguel with illustrations in watercolor by
ISBN 971-569-423-3 (BP)
Copyright © 2001
Hugging the Trees
Winner. 10th Cardinal Sin Catholic Book Awards. 2016 - Youth and Children Category
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