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Looking for Ifugao Mountain = Paghahanap sa Bundok ng Ifugao by Al Robles

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Published by Children"s Book Press in San Francisco .
Written in English


  • Filipino Americans -- Fiction.,
  • Tagalog language -- Readers.

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Caught up in an old man"s vision of the past, a young Filipino American begins a search for his own heritage.

Edition Notes

Other titlesPaghahanap sa Bundok ng Ifugao.
Statementwritten by Al Robles ; translated into Pilipino by Alfredo Carigma ; illustrated by Jim Dong.
SeriesFifth world tales = Ika-limang pandaigdig na mga istoriya
ContributionsDong, Jim.
LC ClassificationsPZ90.T27 R6
The Physical Object
Pagination20, [4] p. :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4564096M
ISBN 100892390123
LC Control Number77078104

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