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List of Lesson-Related Books and Other Resources

Books and videos may be ordered from the following websites:,,





  1. Ako at ang aking pamilya ay may lahing Pilipino./My family and I are of Filipino ancestry.
Mama’s House, Papa’s House by Jean Lee Patindol My First Lessons with Jollibee (alphabet)Kid’s Hirit Vol. 1 (alphabet) Filipino Family- Filipino Alphabet-
  1. Mahilig kaming kumain./We love to eat.
Araw sa Palengke by May Tobias-Papa (Adarna House)

Pandesal Saves the Day  by Norma Olizon-Chikiamco and Mark Ramsel N. Salvatus III

(Tuttle Publishing)

Cora Cooks Pancit by Dorina Lazo Gilmore

My First Lessons with Jollibee (colors and shapes) 
  1. Mahilig kaming magsaya at magdiwang./We love to have fun and celebrate.
The Amazing Story of Ela Uling by Nick JoaquinHow Long Till September? By Tanya Sevilla-Jamon (Adarna House)Let’s Count (Adarna House) My First Lessons with Jollibee (counting)Kid’s Hirit Vol. 2 (counting) Festivals



  1. May mga pinapahalagahan kami sa buhay tulad ng paggalang at pagmamahal sa isa’t-isa at kasipagan./We value certain things like love and respect for each other and a strong sense of industry.
Ang Unang Baboy sa LangitSi Inggolok at ang Planetang Pakaskas by Rene O. Villanueva (Adarna House)Tight Times by Jeanette Patindol (Adarna House) Hiraya Manawari (on values)
  1.  Ito ang Pilipinas sa aking paningin./This is the Philippines in my mind.
Inang Bayan’s New Clothes (in Visayan) by Tony Perez and Agnes Caballa (Anvil Publishing) Philippine Heroes Vols. 1-14Jose Rizal by Marilou Diaz-AbayaAyala Museum’s Diorama Department of Tourism’s Pilipinas, Tara Na Heroes-



Reference Books:

  1. Filipino Children’s Favorite Stories by Liana Romulo (Tuttle Publishing)
  2. My First Book of Tagalog Words by Liana Romulo (Tuttle Publishing)
  3. 100 Questions that Filipino Kids Ask Volumes 1 and 2  (Adarna House)
  4. 101 Filipino Icons Volumes 1 and 2 (Adarna House)
  5. Mga Bugtong at Tula (Atlas Publishing)
  6. Why the Piña has a Hundred Eyes, and Other Classic Philippine Folk Tales About Fruits as told by Neni Sta. Romana-Cruz (Tahanan Books)

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