Cole. Philippine Folk Tales

Today's free book is Philippine Folk Tales by Mabel Cook Cole with illustrations from photographs by Fay-Cooper Cole. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image; the links there are to the Sacred Texts edition of the book online.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Sacred Texts, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. There is also an edition at Sur La Lune.

Aponibolinayen and the Sun
Gawigawen of Adasen
The Story of Gaygayoma who Lives up Above
The Story of Dumalawi
The Story of Kanag
The Story of the Tikgi
The Story of Sayen
The Sun and the Moon
How the Tinguian Learned to Plant
The Tree with the Agate Beads
The Striped Blanket
The Alan and the Hunters
Man and the Alan
The Mistaken Gifts
The Boy who Became a Stone
The Turtle and the Lizard
The Man with the Cocoanuts
The Carabao and the Shell
The Alligator's Fruit

The Creation
The Flood Story
Lumawig on Earth
How the First Head was Taken
The Serpent Eagle
The Tattooed Men
Tilin, The Rice Bird

How the Moon and the Stars Came to Be
The Flood Story
How Children Became Monkeys
Bulanawan and Aguio
The Story of the Creation
In the Beginning
The Children of the Limokon
The Sun and the Moon
The Widow's Son

Mythology of Mindanao
The Story of Bantugan

Christianized Tribes
The Monkey and the Turtle
The Poor Fisherman and His Wife
The Presidente who had Horns
The Story of a Monkey
The White Squash
The Creation Story
The Story of Benito
The Adventures of Juan
Juan Gathers Guavas
The Sun and the Moon
The First Monkey
The Virtue of the Cocoanut
Why Dogs Wag their Tails
The Hawk and the Hen
The Spider and the Fly
The Battle of the Crabs

Pronunciation of Philippine Names

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