Alamat ng Ampalaya / The legend of the bitter Gourd [Augie D. Rivera, Kora D. Albano] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary Ampalaya was pale and bland. He was envious of the taste, color and beauty of other vegetables in Sariwa town. Because of his greediness, he stole. ALAMAT NG AMPALAYA Noong araw, sa bayan ng sariwa naninirahan ang lahat ng uri ng gulay na may kanya-kanyang kagandahang. taglay. Si Kalabasa na.
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This story is great for 3 to 6 year olds to teach them to love yourself no matter what, to not be greedy, and to definitely never steal something that does not belong to you.
Ang alamat ng ampalaya = The legend of the bitter gourd – About This Book
A tale of envy, greed, community, and vegetables! See all 6 questions about Ang Alamat ng Ampalaya…. Sophia Pamintuan rated it it was amazing Nov 11, Return to Book Page. Sep 09, Jovelyn Perez rated it it was amazing. Sariwa akpalaya rin sa aking isipan ang kwentong ito mula nang ipabasa sa amin ito noong elementarya.
Ang Alamat ng Ampalaya
I read the story the first time through in Filipino and while I understood jg more thoroughly the second time around with the English translation, I was able to grasp the majority of events solely on ampalya pictures. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.
It was fun to use techno This is a very cute story about why a gourd has a very bitter taste. Young readers will eat up this delicious Filipino tale where the green eye-monster takes the form of a vegetable.
For the Filipino and English text, the recommended independent reading age is 7 years old. Isang orihinal na kuwento tungkol ampalaa alamat ng ampalaya, pinupukaw nito ang imahinasyon ng mga bata at binbalaan sila sa kasamaang dulot ng pagkainggit at kasakiman. This digital picture book is easy to navigate with arrows to turn the pages.
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Naalala ko tuloy bigla ang silid-aklatan ng aking paaralan. Mary Joy rated it it was amazing Aug 21, When the vegetables discover this beautifu Rivera, Auggie. View all 3 comments. This is a very cute story about why a gourd has a very bitter taste. Estimate of age level of interest: This children’s book teaches about how greediness can lead to you a bad path and what may happen. Filipino author Augie Rivera has created Alamxt, a bland vegetable “proven guilty of a crime against the law of vegetables and the law of nature.
Apr 29, Cindy Kim rated it liked it Shelves: Bilingual Children’s Book – Tagalog – English This is an original story on the legend of the bitter gourd. This story is very cute it is about a gourd Ampalaya who has a very bitter taste.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. April rated it it was amazing Jul 14, Ang Alamat ng Ampalaya by Augie Rivera. Isang patunay na hindi pa man laganap ang paggamit ng salitang “bitter” noon ay marami na nga talagang ampalaya. The earthy, expressive illustrations are well-suited for this format of reading.
Sep 09, Bryan rated it it was amazing. He was punished for doing this and therefore, became a wrinkled and bitter vegetable. Explore products from global brands in clothing, electronics, toys, sports, books and more.
Ang Alamat ng Ampalaya by Augie Rivera
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The story cautions readers about greediness, but simultaneously teaches understanding as the legend urges readers to try and forgive him for his mistakes; while he may not taste good, he is still nutritious, instilling the wmpalaya of taking the good with the bad.
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