Radicalizing Filipino children’s literature: Books bold enough to tackle the “taboo”

  By Maureen Bautista | Banner design by Samantha Palanca What makes a children’s book controversial—to the point that it might never see publication?  In the past decade, there have been a few children’s storybooks containing “taboo” topics that were censored or entirely rejected by publishing houses. Take the case of  “Dalawa ang Daddy ni continue reading : Radicalizing Filipino children’s literature: Books bold enough to tackle the “taboo”