!!> Reading ➻ All About the Philippines ➳ Author Gidget Roceles Jimenez – Thomashillier.co.uk

All About the Philippines Winner Of The Moonbeam Children S Book Award Gold Medal For Activity Book Education, Science, History This Family Friendly Philippines Children S Book Is Packed With Fun Facts About Filipino Culture, History, And Daily Life All About The Philippines Takes You On An Incredible Journey Across The Colorful Island Nation Of The Philippines With Mary, Jaime, And Ari Three Filipino Cousins Who Look Entirely Different And Yet Are The Best Of Friends You Ll Visit Their Homes, Their Schools, Their Families, Their Favorite Places, And Much They Ll Show You How Kids In Different Parts Of The Philippines Come From Many Different Ethnic Groups And Have Very Various Cultures Each With Separate Traditions, Languages, And Beliefs And Yet, They Are All 100% Filipino This Children S Book, Aimed At Kids Ages 8 To 12, Brings Them On An Exciting Trip Through Some Of The Most Fascinating Islands On Earth.Join Mary, Jaime And Ari To See The How Earthquakes, Typhoons And Other Natural Events Can Be Scary And Yet Also Make The Islands Beautiful And Full Of Life.Check Out Filipino Games, And Make A Sipa The Philippines S Version Of A Hacky Sack.Experience The Festivals And Foods Of Different Cultures Found In The Philippines, And Try A Few Easy Recipes.Make A Parol A Filipino Holiday Decoration That You Can Enjoy All Year Long.Learn About The Conquistadors And Traders Who Came To These Islands Many Centuries Ago.Learn How Peoples Who Speak Very Different Languages Can Communicate When They Meet.And A Lot Along With Fun Facts, You Ll Learn About The Spirit Of The Philippines That Makes This Country And Its People Unique This Is A Book For Families Or Classrooms To Enjoy Together.

About the Author: Gidget Roceles Jimenez

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10 thoughts on “All About the Philippines

  1. says:

    First of all, I love that the book has three kids giving you a tour of life in the Philippines, and that, while they look nothing alike, are all related through their mothers It captures the diversity and flavor of the Philippines Ms Dandan Albano s illustrations really bring the culture to life and perfectly compliment the educational value of the t...

  2. says:

    I m still excited when I find a book about my culture even kids books that doesn t seem boring or textbook sy All About the Philippines is a great title to have in any classroom library and is apparently part of a series that focuses on other Asian countries I know I will definitely seek them out as well.Readers follow three cousins from the Philippines as they learn about their country from origin folk tale stories, traditions, values, and ...

  3. says:

    This easy to read title introduces readers to the culture, terrain, and history of the Philippines Not only will they travel to different parts of the country, but they will learn about some of the traditions, beliefs, and languages spoken in the country Since the different elements of this diverse land are being discussed through three youngsters, Mary, Jaime, and Ari, first cousins who live in different parts of the Philippines, the examples and experiences are easy for students to understand Even adults can learn something about the Philippines for instance, the frequency of natural disasters such as earthquakes and the diversity found on the islands I had no idea that there were so many different languages and religions represented there Youngsters will enjoy learning how to create some different crafts and try out some recipes and new foods The book is filled w...

  4. says:

    All About the Philippines is an adventure through the Philippines via daily lives of three cousins All three have mothers descended from the Ilfugao people who are from Luzon, one of the large islands in the Philippines One has a father descended from China, another from Spain, and the other from Arab missionaries As readers follow them through their days, they can see a variety of lifestyles and culture present within the Philippines The author began by introducing the children and followed up with a basic history of the Philippines I would have loved a timeline at the end, but for this age group, the facts at the beginning were probably enough This was followed by a geographical tour I especially enjoyed learning about the underground river that can be explored by boat.The book has information about languages there are many and most Filipinos speak at least two or three , games, songs, food, celebrations, and crafts...

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