TI BANTAY A NAGAYAT ITI MAYSA A BILLIT (ILOKO)

January 1, 2007

 

Ti Bantay A Nagayat Iti Maysa A Billit, Ni Alice McLerran
(The Mountain That Loved A Bird, by Alice McLerrran)
Translated to Iloko by Herminio S. Beltran, Jr.
Illustrated by Beaulah Pedregosa Taguiwalo

tmlab alice hermie beaulah - iloko

About the language

Iloko – also called Ilokano, Ilocano, Iluko and Iloco – is the third most-spoken language of the Republic of the Philippines. It is an Austronesian language, related to such languages as Indonesian, Malay, Fijian, Maori of New Zealand, Hawaiian, Malagasy of Madagascar, Samoan, Tahitian,Chamorro of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, Tetum of East Timor, and Paiwan of Taiwan. Spoken as a native language by eight million people, it comprises its own branch in the Philippine Cordilleran family of languages. It is also a lingua franca of the northern region, and is spoken as a secondary language by more than two million people who are native speakers of Pangasinan, Ibanag, Ivatan, and other languages in Northern Luzon.

About the translator Herminio S. Beltran, Jr.

About the author Alice McLerran

About the illustrator Beaulah Pedregosa Taguiwalo

How to buy the book

TI BANTAY A NAGAYAT ITI MAYSA A BILLIT, ni Alice McLerran
Translated to Iloko by Herminio S. Beltran, Jr.
Illustrations by Beaulah Pedregosa Taguiwalo
8.5 x 11 inches, 28 pages saddle-stitch, color cover and inside pages

Published by Mother Tongue Publishing Inc.
Email: mothertonguepublishinginc@gmail.com
Cellphone: 0917-787-4956 in Manila

To order, contact the publisher.
The price is PhP280 per copy / PhP800 for 3 copies.
Please add cost of shipping and handling.

This book is also available in Filipino, Hiligaynon, Kinaray-a and Cebuano.

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