Kaibigan Books is committed to promoting and preserving Filipino literary heritage.
It aims to provide Filipino immigrants and overseas workers books and magazines that are educational, cultural and entertaining in nature.
Subjects of the books and magazines have Philippine or Filipino themes.
Children of overseas Filipinos can use the books and magazines to acquaint themselves with the language, culture, history and current state of the Philippines. For ease of acquiring the books/magazines, they may be purchased online through Amazon.com
The Philippine short stories series feature contemporary and vintage stories written in Tagalog and translated in English. It is a showcase of the language, culture, and character of the Filipino. Some of the stories have been featured in literary magazines Liwayway, Bulaklak, Aliwan, and others; and the newspaper Asian Journal.
The stories dramatize, among others, tattooing in the Philippines – a ritual of deep spiritual meaning, explore the realms of the Nuno sa Punso (Old Man of the Mound)a space alien, the Ifugao-Bontoc people of the world-famous rice terraces, the world as seen by an old mango tree. Other stories narrate human experience in love, in hardship, in victory and failure, in gaining and losing honor. The narrations provide a glimpse into the Philippines, then and now.