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    Kung Alam N'yo Lang: Mga Kuwentong Pambata Para sa mga Hindi na Bata, Ricky Lee's latest book after 5 years, is a collection of 4 stories told f… Read More
    Kung Alam N'yo Lang: Mga Kuwentong Pambata Para sa mga Hindi na Bata, Ricky Lee's latest book after 5 years, is a collection of 4 stories told from the point of view of 4 children. The 250-page Kung Alam N'yo Lang tackles topics and stories like the search for God (in "Ang Nawawalang Diyos"), a kid who sees letters come to life in his room (in "Ang Sayaw ng mga Letra"), bullying in a town that has forgotten a dark secret from its past (in "Si Inggo at ang Santo Kuwatro"), and the concept of death (in "Nang Mapagod si Kamatayan"). Read Less
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Kung Alam N'yo Lang: Mga Kuwentong Pambata Para sa mga Hindi na Bata,
Ricky Lee's latest book after 5 years, is a collection of 4 stories told
from the point of view of 4 children.

The 250-page Kung Alam N'yo Lang tackles topics and stories like
the search for God (in "Ang Nawawalang Diyos"), 
a kid who sees letters come to life in his room (in "Ang Sayaw ng mga Letra"),
bullying in a town that has forgotten a dark secret from
its past (in "Si Inggo at ang Santo Kuwatro"),
and the concept of death (in "Nang Mapagod si Kamatayan").

According to Lee, who grew up reading comics, children may read 
Kung Alam N'yo Lang to prepare them for the real world.
But it really is for adults who have forgotten how it is to be young.


The book also features illustrations by Kenikenken (Ken Bautista), Diigii Daguna,
Jether Amar, and Ivan Reverente. The book was designed by Karl Castro.


It is published by the Philippine Writers Studio Foundation, Inc. or Writers Studio.


Since 1973, Lee has written more than 160 scripts for Filipino films, including Himala, Karnal, Moral, Brutal, Salome, and others by highly-acclaimed directors, such as National Artists for Film Lino Brocka and Ishmael Bernal. Many of his scripts have won awards here and abroad.