A true-to-life story of a Bagobo boy who does not like to wear shoes.
Bulayan is a beautiful story that teaches children to respect different customs and beliefs.
Children around the world belong to a particular culture. We need to encourage them to approach people's differences by learning from one another, rather than judging or imposing on what we believe is right.
Yes, each person is different, but no matter what, we are very much alike. Our hearts are the same. We all need to be loved and treated with understanding and kindness.
ALEXINE: A very entertaining read! Little kids will enjoy how Bulayan is always barefoot, then they learn about indigenous tribes as well.
ADRIANA: I enjoyed this story. It was interesting to learn that some cultures don't wear shoes. I am interested to try living like them, I always seem to be missing my shoes.
AUTHOR: Mary Ann OrdinarioILLUSTRATOR: Bernadette Solina-Wolf PUBLISHER: ABC Educational Development CenterLANGUAGE: English ISBN: 978-971-049-242-8DATE PUBLISHED: 2018FORMAT: SoftcoverSIZE: 10x10inWEIGHT: 300g