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Hiyas Catalog

Hiyas Catalog

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Published by Omf Literature
HIYAS is OMF Literature’s imprint for children’s books. The word “hiyas” means “gem” in Filipino, an appropriate name for a line of books that contain treasures for children. In HIYAS books, readers will discover a wealth of enjoyable stories, memorable characters, imaginative art, and indispensable biblical values.
HIYAS is OMF Literature’s imprint for children’s books. The word “hiyas” means “gem” in Filipino, an appropriate name for a line of books that contain treasures for children. In HIYAS books, readers will discover a wealth of enjoyable stories, memorable characters, imaginative art, and indispensable biblical values.

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What is HIYAS? 
HIYAS is OMF Literature’s imprint or children’s books. The word “hiyas” means “gem”in Filipino, an appropriate name or books that contain treasures or children. InHIYAS books, readers will discover a wealth o enjoyable stories, memorable characters,imaginative art, and indispensable biblical values.HIYAS was awarded in 2005 by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino or its contribution toadvancing Filipino children’s literature. It was cited or its promotion o the Filipino languagethrough stories that hve a clear and positive message that instills godly values.
Why choose HIYAS? 
HIYAS stories are written especially or kids: some endearing, some action-packed, someinormative. Creative illustrations combine with ascinating stories to trigger a kid’simagination.Most o the HIYAS books are presented in a bi-lingual English-Filipino parallel ormat tourther develop an appreciation or both languages.But at the heart o every HIYAS book is a Christian value essential to a child’s characterdevelopment. Presented in stories, these essential lessons are easier to understand and apply. This is why each HIYAS book is more than just a tale—it’s a tool or the parent or teacherstriving to build in the child a oundation o godly character.
What is HIYAS looking for? 
HIYAS is looking or original and interesting manuscripts, fction or non-fction,written in the Philippine context or Filipino or Asian children. Writers orHIYAS should be members-in-good-standing o Bible-believing churches.HIYAS stories teach Christian values, obedience to God’s Word, or love orGod and other people. Stories may also help kids to learn good habits,appreciate God’s creation, or draw them to trust in the Lord.
I you are interested to write or HIYAS,download the book proposal orm and read more inormation at 
OMFLit.com
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 Luis P. Gatmaitan, MD
is a pediatrician and a Hall o Fame awardee o the DonCarlos Palanca MemorialAwards or Literature. He wasawarded as one o the TenOutstanding Young Men o the Philippines in 2003 and was given the Gawad Dangalng Wikang Filipino by theKomisyon ng WikangPambansa in 2009 orhis contribution in theeld o literature.
 Tackle the basics o the human body and promote good health throughstories! “Tito Dok” Luis Gatmaitan,MD makes medical concepts un andeasy to grasp through imaginative talesand amusing characters. Kids learn to value and care or their bodies asGod’s creation.Citation or
 Mga Kuwento ni Tito Dok
or its popularization o thescience o medicine in language and illustrations that young children canunderstand, or its indigenizing o universal scientifc principles, and or itsimaginative reconstruction o what happens in the human body.
6¾”x 9”| 32 pages | P65 each | Ages 8 and upWritten in Filipino, with parallel English text
Given by the
 
Manila Critics Circle
September 3, 2002
#1 Ay! May Bukbok angNgipin ni Ani!
Illustrated by 
Jason MossAni learns about tooth decay andwhat to do to prevent it.
#6 Kraaak! Nabali ang Butoni Ferdie!
Illustrated by 
Paolo LimMany kids have suered throughbroken bones. Tito Dok gives an insidelook at how these heal.
#11 Basta, Ayoko PangMatulog!
Illustrated by 
Sergio Bumatay IIITito Dok emphasizes the necessity o agood night’s rest and gives tips on howto enjoy sleep.
#2 Aray, Nasugatan Ako!
Illustrated by 
Marcus NadaPlayul Zikki learns what happensinside his body when he accidentallycuts himsel.
#7 Ngiii! Ang Kati-Kati ng Ulo Ko!
Illustrated by 
Abigail GoyKids learn how to keep lice o theirheads through the story o Janet and herunny, talking lice.
#12 Ulkkk! Di Ko Malunok angTableta!
Illustrated by 
Leo AlvaradoDrinking medicine doesn’t have to be anordeal! Tito Dok gives practical advice toease the transition rom syrup to tablets.
#3 Aba, May Baby sa Loobng Tiyan ni Mommy!
Illustrated by 
Pepper RoxasJenny wonders about Mommy’sgrowing tummy. Tito Dok explainshow a baby develops in the womb.
#8 Ayan na si Bolet Bulate!
Illustrated by 
Aba Lluch DalenaMost kids aren’t mindul o beingdirty. Tito Dok shows them howBolet Bulate can worm his way inand make them sick.
#5 Ha-Ha-Hatsinggg!
Illustrated by 
Redge A. AbosPatrick is nursing a cold. Tito Dokexplains why we have thiscommon illness.
#10 Waaah! Nakagat Akong Aso!
Illustrated by 
Jomike TejidoJanella’s experience reveals the dangero rabies, and shows rst aid solutionsto animal bites.
#16
Aha! May Allergy Ka Pala!
Illustrated by 
Pergylene AcuñaWhy did Julia get sick ater eating prawns? Find outthrough Julia’s adventure what allergies are, whatcauses them and how you can ght them.
#4 Naku, Ang Pula ngMata Ko!
Illustrated by 
Jason MossTricia’s story counters popular mythsabout sore eyes. Kids will learn properways to prevent and treat it.
#9 Oooppss, Kumukulo angTiyan ni Jimbo!
Illustrated by 
Jomike TejidoJimbo’s bout with diarrhea showskids how to avoid it and what to dowhen it attacks.
#14 Aruy, Magang-Maga angmga Tonsil ni JM!
Illustrated by 
Hubert B. FucioJM’s story reveals how the tonsils deendagainst germs. Tito Dok dispells mythsabout toncilitis and its treatment.
#15 Nakupo! Hinihikasi Hermie!
Illustrated by 
Frances AlcarazDiscover what triggers asthma and how torepond to attacks through Scout Hermie’scamping adventure.
#13 Yakkk, Bulutong-Tubig!
Illustrated by 
Mark Ramsel Salvatus IIIUnderstand why and how we get chicken poxthrough Jaycee’s experience, as he gets throughit with his cousin’s help.
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2002 CMMABest Short Story for Children

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