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Contributors: Gemino H. Abad, Paula Angeles, Cecilia Brainard, Alex Dean Bru, Erwin Cabucos, Libay Linsangan Cantor, Ruby Enario Carlino, Gilda Cordero-Fernando, Rogelio Cruz, Alberto Florentino, M. Evelina Galang, Wanggo Gallaga, Vince Gotera, Cristina Pantoja Hidalgo, Connie Jan Maraan, Veronica Montes, Marily Ysip Orosa, Oscar Peñaranda, Edgar Poma, Mar Puatu, Brian Ascalon Roley, Ruth Sarreal, Ricco Siasoco, Anthony L. Tan, Joel Barraquiel Tan, Linda Ty-Casper, Marianne Villanueva, Alfred Yuson.
"Emerging and established award-winning writers are the authors of this fine collection of 29 stories about what it means to be young and Filipino in the Philippines and in the United States. Filipinos in America are now the second largest in the umbrella group of Asian Americans, yet there is a scarcity of books by and for Filipinos. This impressive array captures the complexities of both the Filipino culture and history and the realities of the lives of young adults no matter what their ethnic affiliation. Each story is assigned to one of five universal themes: family, angst, friendship, love, and home." by Glenna Sloan, BookBird Journal International. Children's Literature, published by IBBY.
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