Daughter and the Great Fish
Written by Loren Peria
Artworks by Jeho Bitancor
Winner, Romeo Forbes Children's Storywriting Competition
The drought caused all the crops to wither away. Hope lies in Daughter, strong and independent, brave and determined. They say there is a Great Fish who cursed the land and has the power to restore it. Can Daughter find and bring the Great Fish home?
Sinalanta ng tagtuyot ang mga pananim, at si Anak ang huling pag-asa ng kanilang lupain. Ang sabi-sabi, may isang Dambuhalang Isda na sinumpa ang lupain at siya ring makapagbabalik nito sa dating sigla. Mahahanap kaya ni Anak ang Dambuhalang Isda upang maalis ang sumpa?
Year Published: 2020
Language: English with Filipino translation
About the Author: Loren Peria is a student facilitator based in Pangasinan. A kid at heart, stories from her childhood shaped her love for prose and became her gateway towards the human psyche. She is amazed by the power of images in telling stories that words cannot convey.
About the Artist: Jeho Bitancor is a multi-awarded painter, performance artist, and graphic designer based in New Jersey, USA. His paintings and performance art pieces tackle social and political issues. His own brand of symbolic figurative painting—developed in the early '80s—often dealt with issues of diaspora, alienation, resistance, and assertion. He has been featured in group exhibitions worldwide and is a recipient of numerous art awards.
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