Cyan Abad-Jugo

Letters From Crispin

When Alice sleeps over Lola-grandma’s house for Lola-grandma’s hundredth birthday, she receives a mysterious letter from a boy named Crispin, who claims to be a neighbor. But there is no one her age for miles around, except for a boy named Jason.

Who is Crispin? What does he have to do with the haunted house across Calle Nuevo? And what connects the February Revolution to the hundred years before it?
59 printed pages
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JC Galag
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  • Manali Hawareshared an impressionlast year
    👍Worth reading

    This is a children'd book, however, it is an extremely light but insightful read. Set in the backdrop of the Phillipine revolutions, it shows us a tiny glimpse into this piece of history through the eyes of two young children.

    Loved it.

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