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HIYAS is OMF Literature’s imprint for children’s books. The word “hiyas” means “gem” in Filipino, an appropriate name for 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 was awarded in 2005 by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino for its contribution to advancing Filipino children’s literature. It was cited for its promotion of the Filipino language through stories that hve a clear and positive message that instills godly values.
Why choose HIYAS?
HIYAS stories are written especially for kids: some endearing, some action-packed, some informative. Creative illustrations combine with fascinating stories to trigger a kid’s imagination. Most of the HIYAS books are presented in a bi-lingual English-Filipino parallel format to further develop an appreciation for both languages. But at the heart of every HIYAS book is a Christian value essential to a child’s character development. 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 for the parent or teacher striving to build in the child a foundation of godly character.
What is HIYAS looking for?
HIYAS is looking for original and interesting manuscripts, fiction or non-fiction, written in the Philippine context for Filipino or Asian children. Writers for HIYAS should be members-in-good-standing of Bible-believing churches. HIYAS stories teach Christian values, obedience to God’s Word, or love for God and other people. Stories may also help kids to learn good habits, appreciate God’s creation, or draw them to trust in the Lord.
If you are interested to write for HIYAS, download the book proposal form and read more information at OMFLit.com.
Luis P. Gatmaitan, MD
2002 CMMA Best Short Story for Children
Tackle the basics of the human body and promote good health through stories! “Tito Dok” Luis Gatmaitan, MD makes medical concepts fun and easy to grasp through imaginative tales and amusing characters. Kids learn to value and care for their bodies as God’s creation. Citation for Mga Kuwento ni Tito Dok for its popularization of the science of medicine in language and illustrations that young children can understand, for its indigenizing of universal scientific principles, and for its imaginative reconstruction of what happens in the human body.
Given by the Manila Critics Circle September 3, 2002
#1 Ay! May Bukbok ang Ngipin ni Ani! Illustrated by Jason Moss Ani learns about tooth decay and what to do to prevent it.
#2 Aray, Nasugatan Ako! Illustrated by Marcus Nada Playful Zikki learns what happens inside his body when he accidentally cuts himself.
#3 Aba, May Baby sa Loob #4 Naku, Ang Pula ng ng Tiyan ni Mommy! Mata Ko! Illustrated by Pepper Roxas Illustrated by Jason Moss Jenny wonders about Mommy’s Tricia’s story counters popular myths growing tummy. Tito Dok explains about sore eyes. Kids will learn proper how a baby develops in the womb. ways to prevent and treat it.
#6 Kraaak! Nabali ang Buto #7 Ngiii! Ang Kati-Kati ng Ulo Ko! Illustrated by Abigail Goy ni Ferdie! Kids learn how to keep lice off their Illustrated by Paolo Lim heads through the story of Janet and her Many kids have suffered through funny, talking lice. broken bones. Tito Dok gives an inside look at how these heal.
#8 Ayan na si Bolet Bulate! #9 Oooppss, Kumukulo ang Tiyan ni Jimbo! Illustrated by Aba Lluch Dalena Most kids aren’t mindful of being Illustrated by Jomike Tejido dirty. Tito Dok shows them how Jimbo’s bout with diarrhea shows Bolet Bulate can worm his way in kids how to avoid it and what to do and make them sick. when it attacks.
is a pediatrician and a Hall of Fame awardee of the Don #5 Ha-Ha-Hatsinggg! Carlos Palanca Memorial Illustrated by Redge A. Abos Patrick is nursing a cold. Tito Dok Awards for Literature. He was explains why we have this common illness. awarded as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Philippines in 2003 and was given the Gawad Dangal ng Wikang Filipino by the Komisyon ng Wikang #10 Waaah! Nakagat Ako Pambansa in 2009 for ng Aso! Illustrated by Jomike Tejido Janella’s experience reveals the danger his contribution in the of rabies, and shows first aid solutions to animal bites. field of literature.
6¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 each | Ages 8 and up Written in Filipino, with parallel English text
#11 Basta, Ayoko Pang Matulog! Illustrated by Sergio Bumatay III Tito Dok emphasizes the necessity of a good night’s rest and gives tips on how to enjoy sleep.
#12 Ulkkk! Di Ko Malunok ang Tableta! Illustrated by Leo Alvarado Drinking medicine doesn’t have to be an ordeal! Tito Dok gives practical advice to ease the transition from syrup to tablets.
#13 Yakkk, Bulutong-Tubig! #14 Aruy, Magang-Maga ang #15 Nakupo! Hinihika Illustrated byMark Ramsel Salvatus III mga Tonsil ni JM! si Hermie! Understand why and how we get chicken pox Illustrated by Hubert B. Fucio Illustrated by Frances Alcaraz through Jaycee’s experience, as he gets through JM’s story reveals how the tonsils defend Discover what triggers asthma and how to it with his cousin’s help. against germs. Tito Dok dispells myths repond to attacks through Scout Hermie’s about toncilitis and its treatment. camping adventure.
Illustrated by Pergylene Acuña Why did Julia get sick after eating prawns? Find out through Julia’s adventure what allergies are, what causes them and how you can fight them.
#16 Aha! May Allergy Ka Pala!
Sandosenang Sapatos Illustrated by Beth Parrocha-Doctolero 2001 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, First Prize, Maikling Kuwentong Pambata A family’s love for a child born with a disability inspires acceptance and openness from a judgmental community. A classic bestseller, this tale has been translated into other languages and was adapted into a musical by the Valenzuela City Center for Performing Arts in 2009. 6 ¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 | Ages 8 and up Nang Maghasik ng Lagim si Lolit Lamok Illustrated by Beth Parrocha-Doctolero A mosquito wreaks havoc in a community! Discover ways to deter mosquitos and combat dengue. 5 ½” x 8 ½” | 40 pages | P55 | Ages 8 and up
Big Brother Illustrated by Beth Parrocha-Doctolero 2006 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, Second Prize, Short Story for Children Bunsoy’s Kuya is different from other big brothers, but Bunsoy wouldn’t trade him for anybody else. Find out why in this touching tale of acceptance and love. 6 ¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 | Ages 10 and up The Magic of Apo Mayor Illustrated by Beth Parrocha-Doctolero 2001 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, First Prize, Short Story for Children Teo’s good deeds earn him the approval of an intimidating old man in town. Find out who he is in the first tale to introduce Mateo. 6 ¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 | Ages 8 and up No Lipstick for Mother Illustrated by Kora Dandan-Albano 2005 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, First Prize, Short Story for Children Mayang is embarrassed that her mother earns a living as a tricycle driver. Join Mayang as she learns to see through appearances and into her mother’s self-sacrificing love. 6 ¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P75 | Ages 8 and up
May Mga Lihim Kami Ni Ingkong Illustrated by Beth Parrocha-Doctolero 2000 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, Second Prize, Maikling Kathang Pambata Through the inspiring story of a child coming to terms with his grandfather’s dementia, kids learn to respect and value elders. 6 ¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 | Ages 8 and up
Si Duglit, Ang Dugong Makulit Illustrated by Raketshop 1994 Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, First Prize, Maikling Kuwentong Pambata A red blood cell discovers his real worth. Explore with Duglit the inner workings of the human body. 6 ¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 | Ages 8 and up
Hello God! 1: Children’s Prayer for All Occasions Hello God! 2: Children’s Prayer for Every Mood, Hello God! 3: Children’s Prayer for Special People
Hello God! Series Art by Ggie Bernabe Here’s a fun way to teach children how to pray! Easy to recite and memorize, these thoughtful prayers for different situations are written in singsong verses. 6 ¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 | Ages 6 and up
God’s Favorite Series Art by Ggie Bernabe Familiarize young tots with basic shapes, colors, and forms as you ask which is God’s favorite creation. Bright illustrations will pique curiosity and spark imagination. 9” x 6 ¾” | 32 pages | P65 | Ages 5 and up
books in the series God’s Favorite Color God’s Favorite Shape God’s Favorite Face
Follow the adventures of endearing 8-year-old Mateo, a farmer’s son from Umingan, Pangasinan. Teo meets odd people and stumbles into strange situations, but in every encounter his admirable character shines through. Teo’s example inspires children to love God and others in everyday life.
#1 Half and Half Teacher Ligaya is puzzled that Teo keeps drawing half-fruits. A moving story about the beauty of sharing.
#2 When Flowers Bloom Teo and Teacher Milagring help their sleepy community use time wisely.
#3 Big Eyes, Small Eyes Through his balikbayan friend’s eyes, Teo sees things anew—even things he has taken for granted.
#5 The Growling Tummy #4 Teo’s Trash Can Teo is tempted to steal fruit from Teo discovers that what he thought was his trash is actually treasure! And an old woman’s orchard. He learns the value of being honest even his birthday wish just might come when others aren’t. true because of this!
6¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 each | Ages 8 and up Written in English, with parallel Filipino text
#6 Look for the Star Why do Ka Ising and Ka Osang have a giant lighted star in their house even if it’s not Christmas? Teo investigates and discovers a touching story about parents’ love for their kids.
#7 All Aboard with Five Lolas Teo wants to escape from his protective Lolas and explore the ship they’re traveling in. But things don’t go according to plan! Find out what happens to Teo and his five Lolas.
#8 Money Mystery Teo solves the town’s spooky mystery and discovers hidden treasure! A clever tale that tells about Filipino history and tradition.
#9 The Secret Ingredient Teo’s cooking lessons help him learn a greater lesson: what makes a dish truly delicious is the love and care you put into making it.
#10 Teo’s Cockatoo Teo befriends a maltreated bird, leading him to catch the crooks who previously owned it! Teaches kids to do what is right in caring for animals.
After 20 years of being Creative Director/Executive Vice President in a multinational advertising agency, Grace decided to write full-time. She is a multi-awarded winner of the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature and has written over 30 books, including an anthology of essays, Gifts of Grace Books 1-3, and a devotional for women, Grace Found Me.
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GRACE D. CHONG
#12 Angel with One Foot
Teo meets an angel when he helps Manang Pacita find the woman who helped her when she was a little girl. Who is this angel?
Beth is one of the most sought-after children’s book illustrators in the country. She is a graduate of the UP College of Fine Arts.
#11 Crying Children Taking care of younger children wasn’t as easy as Teo thought! Learn to appreciate the unselfish love of teachers.
Si Baw, si Bo, at si Nognog Niyog Written by Mary Juliet Ballutay-Jocano 20 pages A tiff among the farm creatures teaches about friendship that endures through misunderstandings.
Si Ningning Kuting at ang Pusang Gala Written by Mary Juliet Ballutay-Jocano 20 pages A kitten explores the city against her parents’ wishes. Along the way she discovers why it’s necessary to obey your parents.
ELIZABETH ONG teaches writing to grade school, high school and college students. She is also a freelance writer and has written textbooks and how-to books. She wrote the So You Want To Be series to help kids know how it is to be “something” someday. CULTIVATE YOUR CHILD’S DREAMS by exploring different professions. Help him recognize his strengths and talents as early as now, and together work towards attaining his ambitions.
TALKING FARM ANIMALS and plants help kids learn valuable lessons in life. Tutubi Patrol was adapted into an animated TV series in 2003.
6¾” x 9” | P50 each | Ages 8 and up Written in English with parallel Filipino text Illustrated by Raketshop
Si Yambu, si Bibo, at ang Buto Written by Tutubi Patrol Team 16 pages Instill the value of helpfulness even while pursuing success.
Si Isko at ang Anino Written by Mary Juliet Ballutay-Jocano 20 pages Isko the Rabbit learns how to gather the courage to face his worst fears.
Si Pedro Pato at ang Matalinong Kuwago Written by Beng Alba 20 pages Pedro enjoys playing pranks on his friends— but they’re no longer amused. Learn about being truthful and treating friends with respect.
Features a real life professional who shares about the field and a career-related activity page. 6¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 each | Ages 6 and up
Si Bas Bayabas at ang Tropang OK Written by Luis P. Gatmaitan, MD 20 pages Strong plants and animals are making fun of the weaker ones. It takes a fire in the farm to humble them—and teach everyone about true self-worth.
So You Want to be a Nurse Illustrated by: Nemcy Cruz
Si Popoy Palay at ang mga Damo Written by Tutubi Patrol Team 16 pages Popoy’s encounter with weed intruders emphasizes the value of trust.
Si Dan Tandang at ang Kahong Umiilaw Written by Aristotle Garcia 18 pages Roosters play an important role every morning in the farm. But Dan learns a hard lesson in discipline when he slacks off in his duties!
So You Want to be a Scientist Illustrated by: Harvey Ong
Si Gamba at ang mga Langgam Written by Tutubi Patrol Team 12 pages Gamba’s multi-tasking prowess may seem impressive, but nothing beats focused attention on one task at a time. Si Bumbi Bubuyog at ang mga Alitaptap Written by Timmy Cruz and Luis P. Gatmaitan, MD 20 pages Bumbi is missing—he was last seen with the fireflies. Bumbi learns a lesson he’ll never forget about accepting yourself. 9
Illustrated by: Ggie Bernabe
So You Want to be a Teacher
Ate na si Arra!
Written by Blessie Padilla Illustrated by Juji Delos Trino Ages 4 and up Arra discovers how to be a true big sister in word and deed. 6¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 each
stage and you’ll see that statistics show that mothers who read to their womb are more likely to give birth to kids who will be voracious readers. And even if toddlers can’t read full sentences yet, reading to them will help develop their love for the written word. reading aloud the newspaper, label instructions, billboards and anything else you can read to them will instill a love for the written word.
Start early, REALLY early. Research any study on reading during the pregnancy
Read aloud. Even if you’re not reading children’s books to them,
Grandma and Me
Written by Mila Guevarra Illustrated by Jonathan De Vera Ages 4 and up Learn about Bea and her special bond with the woman who raised her while her mommy and daddy are away. 6¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 each
Make reading time a fun time. Liven up the seemingly “boring” reading time with pre– and post–reading activities like picture crossword puzzles, art projects and audio-visual support. Kids these days need all the stimulation they can get.
Meet My Superdad
Written by Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan | Illustrated by Isa Natividad Ages 6 and up Donny’s pride in his father exemplifies love and appreciation for a man of character.
6¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 each
Participation is the key. In addition to creating games
before and after, let the kids be part of the actual reading by having them turn the pages of the book, having them repeat certain phrases and words you read, talking about the pictures, and asking questions within the story.
Again and again and again. Even if you’re already tired of that one book that they keep asking for, read it to them again, with varying voices, phrasing, even adding your own bit to it. And when they’ve almost memorized it, ask them to read it to you. Make the Internet your friend, not your enemy.
Instead of fighting the Internet, why not make it a supplement for your reading? There are all kinds of interactive games and activities online that can be related to the book you’re reading or studying.
JOJIE WONG serves with the Philippine Home Council of OMF International. She writes about friendships that bridge the gaps of culture, social status, and religion. Educate children against discrimination and help them overcome barriers to understanding.
As kids get older, find new genres. Picture books will
not work well with older kids, while wordy books might be beyond their reach for now. Discover new styles that can pique their interest.
Peter and Ahmed Illustrated by Kora Dandan-Albano Two boys overcome religious differences to form a close friendship.
David and His New Classmate Illustrated by Kora Dandan-Albano A unique bond is formed between two boys from different social backgrounds.
6 ¾” x 9” | 32 pages | P65 each | Ages 8 and up
Nico and Alug in Manoboland Illustrated by Harvey Ong Chucking their stereotypes, a city boy and a tribal boy find out they have more in common than they thought.
Make bookshops their “home”. Make frequent trips to your local community library or bookstore so that they will feel at home around books. Look for a place that encourages customers to browse and read so the kids would be comfortable enough to hang out there. Lead by example. How can kids give importance to books
when they see that you yourself rarely pick up one? So go out and read a book so they can see that you think reading is fun!
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So You Want to be a NURSE So You Want to be a SCIENTIST So You Want to be a TEACHER
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365 Devotions for Energized Kids Written by Grace D. Chong | Illustrated by John Michael Lu
Draw children to God through a daily time of prayer and reflection on God’s Word. Each reading contains a Scripture verse, prayer, and article for every day of the year. Features stories, trivia, and interesting facts and figures.
6” x 9” | 392 pages | Paperback | Ages 7 - 10 | P295
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The One Year Devotions for Boys, The One Year Devos for Girls
Written by Various Authors
Written specifically for boys and girls, each devotional speaks to their experience and concerns. Each reading contains a Scripture verse, prayer, and article for every day of the year.
6” x 9” | 400 pages | Paperback | Ages 10 - 14 | P295
The Big Book of Questions and Answers, The Big Book of Questions and Answers about Jesus
Written by Sinclair B. Ferguson
Tackle common puzzling questions with Bible references, prayers, and activities. Useful tool for family devotions, Sunday school lessons, or class discussions.
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Candle Bible for Toddlers
Written by Juliet David | Illustrated by Helen Prole
Ideal introduction to the popular and timeless stories from the Bible. Stories from the Old and New Testaments spring to life with exciting, vibrant illustrations and clear, simple sentences, endearing this delightful book to parents and children alike.
5.9” x 7” | 400 pages | Hardbound Ages 6 and below | P450
The Children’s Bible in 365 Stories
By Mary Batchelor | Illustrated by John Haysom Popular Bible stories that can be read each day of the year. Ideal in forming a daily Bible reading habit. 9.6” x 6.6” | 416 pages | Hardbound Ages 9 and up | P475
The Most Important Story Ever Told (Ang Pinakamahalagang Kuwento sa Lahat) By Worldserve Ministries A comic booklet that presents the Gospel in simple language and full color. 5.25” x 7.8” | 32 pages Ages 8 and up | P12 each
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Hana faces the challenge of adjusting to her new school and finding new friends—and battling savage creatures from the dimension of Argon Falls!
Hana fights two battles: one with the bullies at school and another with the evil forces trying to take the Spirit Sword. She teams up with Tomo, a shape-shifting ninja.
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M A N G A
Thirteen-year-old Hana comes to America to live with Grandpa Jou and his shape-shifting companion, Tomo. But she’s no ordinary teen—she battles evil creatures from another dimension! As Hana uncovers secrets about her past and her identity, she also learns about loyalty, friendship, and courage.
Visually engaging, this series catches the attention of booklovers and nonbooklovers alike. The Tomo graphic novels are illustrated by award-winning Filipino artist Ariel Padilla. He has a degree in Business Administration from the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila. He never had any formal art training but was mentored by veteran artists in local comics such as Nestor Malgapo. Jim Krueger is an award-winning comic book and graphic novel writer, famous for his work on the Earth X trilogy for Marvel Comics, as well as DC Comics’ Justice . He was named one of the top ten writers in comics and an innovator in the field by Wizard Magazine.
Hana travels to Argon Falls to save the people from an evil ruler’s wrath.
The argon deception
Tomo and friends return to Argon Falls to help restore the kingdom. Meanwhile, Hana uncovers the secret that links earth and Argon Falls.
Grandpa Jou is taken prisoner by evil King Ardath! More secrets are revealed, more adventure ensues.
BETRAYAL OF TRUST
Hana discovers who the leader of the rebellion is. Will they defeat the sinister Urn’Ado or will Argon Falls forever be ruled by his lies?
Writer: Jim Krueger | Illustrator: Ariel Padilla 5” x 7 1/8” | 156 pages | P175 | Ages 9-12
The Battle for Argon Falls
Discover a new genre
G. P. TAYLOR is the author of the best-selling novel Shadowmancer, which reached #1 on the NEW YORK TIMES bestseller list in 2004. Before taking up writing full-time, he was a motorcyclist, a former rock band roadie and an Anglican minister.
Famed explorer and former thief Eric Morrisey Ganger and his mischievous sidekicks, twins Sadie and Saskia Dopple discover a whole new world beyond Isambard Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children and take the readers on an adventure through a combination of art and traditional text.
The First Escape
What starts out as a normal day in Isambard Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children turns into a mad dash for Eric and twins Sadie and Saskia as they are pursued by madmen, wild dogs, treasure seekers, and an otherworldly visitor with a secret message.
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The Secret of Indigo Moon
Eric, Sadie and Saskia inadvertently discover a secret tunnel under the school and come face to face with an old enemy and in the course of their adventure, unravel the Secret of Indigo Moon. Join the troublemakers on their new adventure that will challenge them in ways they couldn’t imagine. 6” x 9” | 304 pages | P395 each | Ages 9 and up
“Hotter than Potter.”
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“I really like Tomo. It really shows true friendship and how to respond when others criticize you and look down on you. I love the way the story goes and the way the animator made the characters come alive.” - Aiszy
“My son loves Tomo, he reads it every day. Even though it is a comic book, we can learn things from the story.” - Vic “I can relate with Arthur’s Angry, especially when I’m angry. But thank God I’m learning to control my anger.” - Chinglee
“Tutubi Patrol 2 is the very best of all time!” - Evans “I like the story of Bumbi Bubuyog in Tutubi Patrol 8 because it teaches me to be content with who I am. Sometimes we look for something better, without knowing that God has already given us the best.” - Novelyn “SuperDevos is very entertaining and informative. Very educational. It’s like the World Almanac, but this one teaches lots of values.” - Mars
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