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February 25, 2017

EDSA DAY READING LIST

To commemorate the 31st EDSA People Power Revolution anniversary, here’s a list of books related to the EDSA Revolution and Martial Law regime. There are books ranging from story books to graphic novels for kids, teens, and adults.  It’s never too early or too late to learn about this time in our country.

EDSA by Russell Molina and illustrated by Sergio Bumantay

Retelling history through a counting book

Isang Harding Papel by Augie Rivera and illustrated by Rommel Joson

A children’s book based on a true story of a daughter visiting her mother detained in a military camp during Martial Law

 


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by Russell Molina and illustrated by Kajo Baldisimo

A martial law graphic novel for teenagers

 

Salingkit: A 1986 Diary by Cyan Abad-Jugo

Teenager Kitty Eugenio’s life in 1986

 

The Aquino Legacy: An Enduring Narrative by Elfren Sicangco Cruz and Neni Sta. Romana Cruz

Essays on the Aquino Family from serious to light-hearted topics

 

Photos from Adarna, Good Reads, and Imprint Publishing Facebook’s page

 

 

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