Alamat ng Ampalaya / The legend of the bitter Gourd [Augie D. Rivera, Kora D. Albano] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary Ampalaya was pale and bland. He was envious of the taste, color and beauty of other vegetables in Sariwa town. Because of his greediness, he stole. ALAMAT NG AMPALAYA Noong araw, sa bayan ng sariwa naninirahan ang lahat ng uri ng gulay na may kanya-kanyang kagandahang. taglay. Si Kalabasa na.

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Young readers will eat up this delicious Filipino tale where the green eye-monster takes the form of a vegetable.

Alamat ng Ampalaya — a Filipino book for kids – Adarna House

Zhebastian Gavriel rated ampalayw it was amazing Oct 03, Mula nang inilimbag ang kuwentong Ang Alamat ng Ampalaya, nakapagsulat na siya ng ampa,aya 15 kuwentong pambata. Trivia About Ang Alamat ng Amp April rated it it was amazing Jul 14, alqmat For the Filipino and English text, the recommended independent reading age is 7 years old.

This was my favorite Adarna book. Estimate of age level of interest: Bilingual Children’s Book – Tagalog – English This is an original story anpalaya the legend of the bitter gourd. The story cautions readers about greediness, but simultaneously teaches understanding as the legend urges readers to try and forgive him for his mistakes; while he may not taste good, he is still nutritious, instilling the importance of taking the good with the bad. I liked this story because it teaches a valuable lesson-do not be greedy!


It includes a lovely page at the end listing the rights of Filipino children including “IX. This digital picture book tells the story of a pale and bland vegetable who is envious of other vegetable characteristics and steals from them.

Mary Joy rated it it was amazing Aug 21, Talagang magugustuhan ito ng mga bata d Sariwa pa rin sa aking isipan ang kwentong ito mula nang ipabasa sa amin ito noong elementarya. The gourd sprouted one day in ampalsya vegetable village and didn’t like that he was bitter and plain so he figured out a plan on how to make his taste more interesting. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Lists with This Book. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Filipino author Augie Rivera has created Ampalaya, a bland vegetable “proven guilty of a crime against the law of vegetables and the law of nature. Get to Know Us. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Cashback will be credited as Amazon Pay balance within 10 days.

Nov 28, Kenneth Estorninos marked it as to-read. Paperback32 pages. However, he got punished and he was turned into an old wrinkled gourd for his greediness. Want to Read saving….

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Dec 16, Jules Banares rated it it was amazing. Ampalaya becomes very greedy and envious of all the other wonderful vegetable in Sariwa. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Oct 22, Jocelyn rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a very cute story about why a gourd has a ampalqya bitter taste.


The story is written first in Filipino, and then in a different font for English that expands the traditional reading experience. This digital picture book is easy to navigate with arrows to turn the pages.

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Ang Alamat ng Ampalaya by Augie Rivera

Sadyang napakaganda ng mga akda galing sa Adarna. Simple ang istorya ngunit kapupulutan ng aral! See our Returns Policy. Even though there were many unfamiliar names and cultural references, the details did not defer me to the message of the story: This is an original story on the legend of alamag bitter gourd.

Alamat ng Ampalaya

No trivia or quizzes yet. Every Child has the right to live in peaceful society. But in the end, he realizes his mistake and must live with it forever.

Lahi — Heritage Series Books in this series feature traditional forms of literature such as myths, legends, fables, epics and folk-songs. Ampalaha read it until I was in the fourth grade, and even though it’s been years since I last read this, I still remember most of the book. View alqmat 3 comments. When the vegetables discover this beautifu Rivera, Auggie.