Entries from August 2007 ↓

Munting Saranggola for Kids Aged 3 to 6 years

If you have Saranggola Magazine for older kids, there is also Munting Saranggola for kids aged 3 to 6. If you subscribe to Munting Saranggola, you will get 8 copies a year from July to February. Each issue contains prayers, stories, and activities that your little children will enjoy.

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Competitiveness and Reading Go Together?

When I used to work in the corporate world, I would sometimes get reports about the most competitive local government units (LGUs) in the Philippines. A study would be done by the Asian Institute of Management (AIM), if I remember correctly, and the study would include surveys regarding how constituents and businessmen view a particular LGU in terms of quality of life, systems in place, ease in doing business, among other factors.

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Papel de Liha (Sandpaper) by Ompong Remigio

This is one of my all-time favorites when it comes to children’s books written by Filipino authors. I bought a copy years ago but in recent years, Adarna House has come out with a Silver Edition which is hard-bound and I could not resist buying another copy.

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