Dingding, Ningning, Singsing and other fun Tagalog words
Written by Tricia J. Capistrano. Illustrated by Lizza Y Gutierrez.
From a country that uses names such as Dingdong and Ai-ai, the Filipino language is an alliteration of fun words and this book has got to be to be the COOLEST way of learning! What a wonderful, wonderful book! — Robert Alejandro, author and illustrator of The Sketching Backpacker
A highly creative and extremely fun exploration of the Tagalog language kids and adults from all over the world will enjoy and treasure! — Arnold Arre, author, illustrator, and recipient of the National Book Award from the Manila Critics Circle for The Mythology Class and Trip to Tagaytay
Kids and adults alike will be entranced by these rich illustration and whimsical, kid-pleasing text. Best of all, it’s enjoyable educational, especially for parents who want to teach their children the sing-songy fun of Tagalog. I can’t wait to share it with my third-generation Filipina daughter. — Anna Bondoc, author of Simply Paper Cutting: Hand-Cut Paper Projects for Home Decor, Stationery & Gifts
A fun, colorful read perfect for kids of all ages who are learning to speak Tagalog or want the chance to reacquaint themselves with the language they grew up with. — Chinggay Labrador, author of Popped