Summit Books shares Ninoy, Cory and Noynoy as a FREE Ebook in Honor of the Late President PNoy’s Passing

Today was a very sad day for our country, the Philippines. The 15th president, President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III, or whom he was foundly called, PNoy passed peacefully in his sleep, due to renal failure secondary to Diabetes. It was quite a surprise for all because he has been living quietly, with little to no news about him in the last 5 years, since he ended his term.
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He was I think the only president that I campaigned for. I even joined the fundraising as a volunteer during one of the fund raising concerts for when he was running for the presidential bid in 2009, “Eto nAPO Talaga! Pinoy! Power”at the UP University Theater in UP Diliman, Quezon City.WanderWoMomWithPNoy
His father, the late Senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino, Jr said that “The Filipino is worth dying for“. He, the son, said in one of his SONAs that “The Filipino is worth fighting for.” And I believe that was what he did during his administration. He may not be the perfect president. Who is? He may be criticized for a lot of things, but we didn’t know the whole story, who am I to judge. He may have done or have not done things, and I understand the sentiment of the people directly affected. I will not react to that to respect both sides. But we should also appreciate the achievements that he was able to do for our country.
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In honor of PNoy’s passing, Summit Books has shared Dream Big Books’ “Ninoy, Cory and Noynoy” written by Yvette Fernandez and illustrated by Abi Goy as a FREE ebook that we can enjoy and look back to to honor 61 years of our former president’s life, ang paglalakbay sa Daang Matuwid for a legacy that he left for our children and our children’s children’s future.
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You can download the book here for free: bit.ly/SBFreeNinoyCoryNoynoyBook. Download it via your mobile browser or in your computer. Do not open the link via the FB app.

The book was written in 2012 with the cooperation of Noynoy’s sisters Ballsy and Pinky, as well as the Office of the President. At the time, proceeds of the book sales went to Aklat, Gabay, Aruga Tungo sa Pag-Angat at Pag-Asa, a project that promoted literacy and early childhood development in public schools.

Thank you for your service and love for OUR country, Mr. President PNoy! May he rest in eternal peace. My sincerest condolences to the Aquino family.

PS. All photos came from Summit Books Facebook.

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