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Daisy Nueve: New Stories Weird, Wonderful, Whatever

Menchu Aquino Sarmiento


Winner, National Book Award, Fiction, 2003

“Menchu Aquino Sarmiento’s Daisy Nueve is truly a remarkable first collection of stories. Her firm, relentless grasp of the Filipino experience; her masterful use of the language to shape the human drama; her ironic vision which has often a hard, sardonic edge—these render her stories deeply moving and at times disturbing. She is without doubt a fresh, exciting, and powerful voice in Filipino fiction in English today.” —Gemino H. Abad

Pasig City: Anvil Publishing, 2003

ISBN: 971-271-244-3
186 pages
   
 
   

Dark Hours

Conchita Cruz


Winner, National Book Award, Poetry, 2003

“At this historical moment when the issue of how to respond to suffering is so fraught as to leave us speechless, the poems of Conchitina Cruz have found a way to speak. Here in this starkly beautiful volume, she has discovered a language sufficient to the terrors and the joys of the contemporary. The highest praise that can be given to any work of literature—and Dark Hours is most surely literature—is that it is contemporary. This is a very remarkable book.”—Lynn Emanuel

Quezon City: University of the Phillipines Press, 2005

ISBN: 971-542-495-3
68 pages
   
 
   

Daughters True: 100 Years of Scholastican Education, 1906–2006


Edited by Neni Sta. Romana-Cruz, Paulynn Paredes Sicam, Karina Africa Bolasco, Ma. Ceres Doyo


Winner, National Book Award, Education, 2007

Some of St. Scholastica’s College’s most illustrious alumnae recall the history of their alma mater and celebrate 100 years of Scholastican education.

Manila: St. Scholastica\'s College, 2006

ISBN: 978-971-894-607-7
978-971-894-608-4
   
 
   

Davao: Reconstructing History from Text and Memory

Macario Tiu


Winner, National Book Award, History, 2006

This book is so far the most comprehensive and scholarly work on Davao’s history. This book features new information, the most substantive discussion of each Davao tribe in any single volume including a theory of their migration; the most in-depth discussion of Datu Bago and other Davao heroes; sample studies of the different settlers at different periods of Davao history; and the widest collection of myths and legends representing almost all the tribes of Davao.

Davao City: Ateneo de Davao UNiversity Research and Publication Office, 2005

ISBN: 971-039-205-0
   
 
   

Days of Disquiet, Nights of Rage: The First Quarter Storm and Related Events

Jose Lacaba


Winner, National Book Award, Essay, 1982

First published in 1982, this compilation of on-the-spot reports on the protest movement of the 1960s and 1970s has since become the standard reference work on the subject—a road map for street parliamentarians of various political persuasions, as well as a manual for mass-media students and practitioners working in the mode variously known as New Journalism, literary journalism, and creative nonfiction.” —Alfrredo Navarro Salanga

Manila: Salinlahi Publishing House, 1982

ISBN: 971-271-297-4
178 pages
   
 
   

Decimal Places: Poems

Ricardo De Ungria


Winner, National Book Award, Poetry, 1991

A Filipino’s first encounter with America is at the heart of this collection. He stayed there (St. Louis, Missouri) for three years, meeting people and making friends, traveling whenever he could, and cultivating the peripatetic and peregrine in himself, and gathering a rich hoard of experiences that found expression not only in this book but also in his subsequent books. This book dramatizes one Filipino’s first flush of excitement at being in the land of his neighbors’ dreams, and the experiences left an indelible mark on his impressionable spirit.

Pasig City: Anvil Publishing, 1991

ISBN: 971-542-449-X
971-270-103-4
134 pages
   
 
   

Declaracion de la Doctrina Christiana en Idioma Tagalog

Juan De Oliver, OFM

Edited by Jose Cruz, SJ


Winner, National Book Award, Editing, 1995

Declaracion de la Doctrina Christiana en Idioma Tagalog is a compendium of post-baptismal instructions addressed to Tagalog converts in the 16th century. It follows the outline of the standard doctrina (cathechism) that begins with explanations of basic prayers and ends with instructions on the commandments and the seven deadly sins. Doctrina Christiana represents a type of missionary discourse that formed Tagalog men and women into seeing themselves in Christian terms.

Quezon City: Ateneo De Manila University Pulong Sources for Philippine Studies, 1995

ISBN: 971-893-600-9
307 pages
   
 
   

Defining Standard Philippine English: Its Status and

Ma. Lourdes Bautista


Winner, National Book Award, Linguistics, 2000

Winner, National Academy of Science and Technology Outstanding Monograph, 2002

“This monograph is a welcome addition to the body of scholarly literature on the Philippine variety of English and on the varieties of English which have arisen in different parts of the globe following the period of colonialism. In its excellent comprehensive review of literature on Philippine English, it updates the interested student on the scholarly literature in the field and reviews the issues confronting adequate description and standardization of this variety of English.” —Andrew Gonzalez, FSC, in the foreword

Manila: De La Salle University Press, 2000

ISBN: 971-555-317-6
148 pages
   
 
   

Designing Filipino: The Architecture of Francis Mañosa

Eric Caruncho


Winner, National Book Award, Art, 2003

Tradition and contemporary design come together in the work of internationally acclaimed Filipino architect Francisco Mañosa. His striking designs for residences and institutions incorporate vernacular forms and make extensive use of indigenous materials while stretching the boundaries of contemporary tropical design. Designing Filipino: The Architecture of Francis Mañosa surveys a remarkable body of work that has set new directions for contemporary Filipino architecture.

Manila: Tukod Foundation, 2003

ISBN: 971-923-700-7
256 pages
   
 
   

Deuterium / Mga Idolong Romantiko

Bienvenido Noriega Jr.


Winner, National Book Award, Drama, 1995

Winner, Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, Full-Length Play, 1990

Ang alternative title ng aklat na ito ay “O Ano ang Ginawa ng Pinoy nang ang Kanyang Pinakamamahal na Pilipinas ay Naging Pinakamayamang Bansa Sa Buong Daigdig?” Isang komedya.

Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1995

ISBN: 971-100-516-6
971-100-812-2
224 pages
   
 
   

Diabetes is Bitter Sweet: A Guide to Understanding Diabetes, Estrellita V. Fernando-Lopez


Edited by Nerissa Cinco-Calimon


Winner, National Book Award, Science, 2009

None

Pasig City: Anvil Publishing Inc., 2008

ISBN:
975-971-94352-0-4
133 pages
   
 
   

Diksiyonaryong Hiligaynon–Filipino

Ruby Gamboa Alcantara


Winner, National Book Award, Linguistics, 1997

This dictionary has some 10,000 entries arranged in alphabetical order using the A to Z alphabet, although there are no entries for C, F, J, Q, V, X, and Z. Each entry is a word (followed by its pronunciation) in Hiligaynon, with its corresponding meaning expressed in Filipino. A sample sentence in Hiligaynon using the word is given, followed by an equivalent sentence in Filipino.

Quezon CIty: U.P. Sentro ng Wikang Filipino, 1997

ISBN: 971-878-157-9
971-878-167-6
538 pages
   
 
   

Dindo Pundido

Jose Miguel Tejido


Winner, Gintong Aklat Award, Children’s and Young Reader’s Literature, 2004

Sa magkakapatid na alitaptap, tanging si Dindo lang ang pundido. Patutunayan ni Dindo na wala sa taglay na ilaw ang tunay na ningning ng isang alitaptap.

Quezon City: Adarna House, 2002

ISBN: 971-508-143-6
971-508-144-4
36 pages
   
 
   

Disturbing Climate


Edited by Jose Villarin, SJ


Winner, National Book Award, Science, 2001

“Most of the current scientific and political debates that rage on the climate front are focused on how we as a global community are to exercise that responsibility for a changing climate in the 21st century. The Philippines is by all means actively engaged in this global endeavor. This book documents that engagement in a collection of essays that can very well mark the beginning of a Philippine response to the complex issue of climate change.” —Jose Villarin, SJ, in the introduction

Quezon City: Manila Observatory, 2001

ISBN: 971-923-570-5
202 pages
   
 
   

Doll eyes

Eline Santos


Winner, National Children's Book Award, Children’s and Young Reader’s Literature, 2012

None

Quezon city: Canvas, 2011

ISBN: 978-971-94975-09

47 pages
   
 
   

Dreamweavers: Selected Poems, 1976–1986

Marjorie Evasco


Winner, National Book Award, Poetry, 1987

“Reading her poetry is often like dropping into ocean deeps; there we see the first elements roiled and disturbed out of their primordial sluggishness by the intrusion of her imagination on its rampant voyage of discovery. Each poem turns out to be a metaphor of the seeking and the struggle to master and to freeze into shape what is essentially the process of becoming.”—Edith L. Tiempo

Manila: Editorial and Media Resources, 1984

ISBN: 971-910-350-7
54 pages
   
 
   

Driven: How to Make It in Philippine Business

Asian Institute of Management Master in Business Management Class of 1971,


Co-Winner, National Book Award, Business and Economics, 2004

Driven imparts the wisdom accumulated by the Asian Institute of Management Class of 1971 to the current generation of Filipino executives and managers. There are scores of textbooks, guides, and manuals on how to conduct oneself in the corporate world, how to succeed in business, and others, but Driven is different for three reasons. One, it is specifically about the Philippine business environment. Two, Driven is based not on theory, but on the experience of the class members. Three, it has a personal voice. Class ‘71 is directly addressing the present generation and sharing its wealth of experience.

Makati City: Master in Business Management Class of 1971 of the Asain Institute of Management, 2004

ISBN: 971-931-680-2
971-931-681-0
   
 
   

Duet for EDSA: Chronology of a Revolution

Angela Stuart Santiago


Winner, National Book Award, Documentation, 1996

This book took almost 10 years to make. Angela Stuart Santiago embarked on her research in the summer of 1986, sifting, as she put it in her introduction, “the historical from the hysterical,” and finally coming up with what she initially called “Compendium of a Revolution.”

Manila: Foundation for Worldwide People Power, 1995

ISBN: 971-916-700-9
227 pages
   
 
   

Duet for EDSA: Looking Back, Looking Forward


Edited by Lorna Kalaw Tirol


Winner, National Book Award, Documentation, 1996

Ten years after the great victory of people power that toppled the Marcos dictatorship, the question must be asked: Has EDSA made a difference at all to the Philippines and to Filipinos in the past 10 years? That is the question this volume attempts to answer. By publishing this volume, the Foundation for Worldwide People Power (FWWPP) hopes to provoke discussion, perhaps debate, on the issues raised by the writers, and to inspire positive action from the citizenry, perhaps from the government as well.

Manila: Foundation for Worldwide People Power, 1995

ISBN: 971-916-701-7
251 pages