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Good Night Philippines Good Night World

Mila Bongco Philipzig

Publisher: Anvil Publishing

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A dreamy book of different people in different places tenderly saying goodnight to each other. Each spread highlights a specific place and language in the Philippines, as well as a place and language in another country, as separated Filipino loved ones bid each other good night.

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