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Finalists for the 1st Filipino Readers' Choice Awards (Children's Picture Book Category)

Congratulations to the three finalists in the Children's Picture Book Category of the 1st Filipino Readers' Choice Awards!

Mahabang-Mahabang-Mahaba
By Genaro R. Gojo Cruz and A. Ghani Bautista Madueño
Adarna House, 2010




Oh, Mateo! 13: Tree for All
By Grace D. Chong and Beth Parrocha-Doctolero
Hiyas/OMF Lit, 2011




But That Won’t Wake Me Up!
By Annie Dennise Pacaña-Lumbao, Anelka Lumbao, and Liza Flores
Adarna House, 2010


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