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The Song of Pulaw

THE SONG OF PULAW is a modern interpretation of the Creation story, a theme popular in indigenous oral literature, and in many religions.

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Written By

Edgardo B. Maranan

Illustrated By

Sandra Torrijos

Synopsis

THE SONG OF PULAW is a modern interpretation of the Creation story, a theme popular in indigenous oral literature, and in many religions. Humanity’s growing concern for our endangered environment has been woven into the story by the author. This is the author’s translation of his original story in Filipino, ANG AWIT NI PULAW, which won the Grand Prize in the 1989 PBBY-Salanga Writer’s Prize. PBBY stands for Philippine Board on Books for Young People, which promotes the writing, illustration, and reading of children’s books in the Philippines. The first edition of THE SONG OF PULAW was published in 1992 through a grant from Unicef.

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10 x 8

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Soft Cover

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