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July 01 , 2010

Lady in Bitong


Lady in Bitong
Author: Lendy S. Banicilon
Illustrator: Rudy S. Banicilon
Edited: Rogelio B. Lasconia Jr.,MAEd.

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She was named as Vicky, lived with her grandmother after her parents died. She was pretty, kind and lived her life happily. She was helping her grandma with the household chores and anything.

During that time, she was asked by her grandma to fetch some woods at mini-forest a little bit far from their house. Not far from where she is, she saw a beach and after which she went home along with the woods.

When she arrived in their house, she immediately asked her grandma about the beach that she saw.
Her grandma said, “Oh! You've seen it?”
“Yes,” Vicky answered. Her grandma told her not to go because it is dangerous for her.

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