Have you seen three sisters with long colorful hair and a bald brother attached to each other? That is how the legend of the Rambutan fruit started. These four children were known to be strange because of their appearance, and unusual because of their attitude. On day, they passed by the Island of Fruits. Find out the harm they did to the fruits and how the learned the value of loving one another.
ALEXINE: Adriana and I both love eating rambutan so we simply had to have this book.
ADRIANA: This is book is fun to read, but I still wonder why the author decided to make the siblings connected.
AUTHOR: Mary Ann Ordinario-FlorestaILLUSTRATOR:
Kora Dandan-AlbanoPUBLISHER: ABC Educational Development CenterLANGUAGE: English & FilipinoISBN: 978-971-921-779-4DATE PUBLISHED: 2006FORMAT: SoftcoverSIZE: 7x9inWEIGHT: 100g