Bagets: an anthology of Filipino young adult fiction
Carla M. Pacis, Eugene Y. Evasco
University of the Philippines Press, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 168 pages
Here, finally, is a collection of short stories, written in both English and Filipino, for Filipino teenagers that discusses their issues and concerns in well-told narratives that are funny, poignant, cautionary, and even a bit risque.
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