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Brush up on Jose Rizal
and Philippine history!
August is History Month. Why not pick up a history book and brush up on Jose Rizal and our other national heroes? Browse through our lobby shop and discover titles commemorating the people who and events that contributed to our story as a nation.

Every purchase supports Yuchengco Museum and its programs.
Lolo Jose:
An Intimate and Illustrated
Portrait of Jose Rizal

P2,000 (hardbound)
By Asuncion Lopez Bantug

The book traces the life story of Jose Rizal as culled from family lore and personal anecdotes. Written by Rizal's grandniece, this biography features the most comprehensive photo album of Rizal, along with the complete bibliography of his visual, literary and political works.
The Philippines in the 19th Century: A Collection of Prints

P3,500 (hardbound)
By Rudolf JH Lietz

Showing 19th-century Philippines in her multifarious wonders, the book illustrates voyages, maps, birds, plants, costumes and people, Manila scenes, and magazines in the era, as well the country's struggle for independence.
Color Our Heroes
Coloring Book

Published by EC Art Management

Give your kids a history lesson as they color between the lines. Each page features a historical monument based on the works of Eduardo Castrillo and a brief introduction to the depicted hero or historical event.
Halo-Halo Histories:
A Lolong Time Ago

Published by Tahanan Books

Our prehistoric lolos and lolas were cool, interesting, and clever folks. Meet them and our country’s first families up close in this fascinating book about how our islands were formed, how our earliest ancestors lived, and the beginnings of our nation.
Under the Stacks

Foreword by National Artist
for Literature F. Sionil Jose

Lawyer and history buff Saul Hofileña, Jr. makes the past come alive in his painstakingly researched snapshots of incidents, places, and people Filipinos 'should have learned about in school.'
A must-read for anyone looking for a
critical view of Philippine history.

By Benito Legarda, Jr.

In his compilation of columns and writings, historian Benito Legarda Jr. tells stories of life in the Philippines during the lead-up, duration, and aftermath of the Japanese Occupation. The stories are based on the author’s experiences and those of his friends, family, and acquaintances, as well as from memoirs and eyewitness accounts.

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