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November 28, 2012

Ninoy, Cory, and Noynoy: An Inspiring Tale of Family and Country

Introduce your kids to the story of the country's fight for democracy. By Jennifer Chan

Children deserve to dream and dream big. Whether they want to become pilots, teachers, or entrepreneurs doesn’t matter as long as you’re there to nurture and guide them and their dreams. And to help you do just that, Dream Big Books, the group behind such successful titles such as Big John and Nanay Coring, is proud to introduce a new book that will surely inspire Filipino children everywhere.

Ninoy, Cory, and Noynoy, written by Yvette Fernandez and illustrated by Abi Goy, tells the story of how Ninoy Aquino and former President Cory Aquino won back the country’s freedom from the point of view of their son and the 15th president of the Philippines, Benigno “Noynoy” Simeon Aquino III.

Today's children are fortunate to have the freedom to dream big. By sharing this book with them, you are teaching your kids to value the opportunities that come their way as well as encouraging them to pursue their own ambitions with passion.

A heartwarming tale of family and nationalism, Ninoy, Cory, and Noynoy was developed with the help of Ballsy Aquino-Cruz, Pinky Aquino-Abellada, the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office, and the Office of the President of the Philippines.

(Ninoy, Cory, and Noynoy is available newsstands, bookstores and supermarkets nationwide for only P125. A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to Aklat, Gabay, Aruga Tungo sa Pag-Angat at Pag-Asa (AGAPP). Photo courtesy of Dream Big Books.)



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