Maikling Kuwento para sa Araw ng mga Puso

Happy Valentine’s Day in advance to all my subscribers! As a Valentine gift, here’s a short story (titled “Ang mga Bulaklak ni Emma”) that you may read to your children or students for Valentine’s Day (Araw ng mga Puso). There are also 10 multiple choice questions at the end of it. I wrote this short story months ago but changed it to make it more appropriate for the coming occasion. The PDF file 13 MB in size and is not a printable. It is for on-screen viewing only. You would need an application that can display PDF files.

If you download the PDF file, it is understood that you agree to abide by the Terms of Use included in the file and those on this website (see the top menu item Terms of Use). Commercial use and mass distribution are prohibited. Altering, copying, or extracting elements from the file, and uploading the file to another website (such as Scribd) are also prohibited. If you are a teacher or tutor conducting an online class, you may give your students the link to this post or this blog to access the short story.

This short story features artwork by Lisa Glanz, Michael Rayback, and artists from Vecteezy and Freepik. The artists whose clip art and background images were used to make this product are listed in the PDF file. You may click the links provided on the Credits page to view their online stores or websites. Here’s a sample page of the short story.

Sample page from “Ang mga Bulaklak ni Emma”

I will also be adding this short story to my list of Resources under the menu item “Mga Kuwento”. I invite you to leave a comment if you found this type of resource useful.

Click the link below or the Download button to see the story. Enjoy reading!

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Kheng

    Hi. I wasn’t able to open and download the link for this story. Thank you.

    1. samutsamotmom

      Hi, sorry about that. I sent the file to your email address. I hope you got it.

  2. Ivy

    Thank you for this. I will read this to my kids. We live abroad and I want them to not forget Filipino language that’s why I ask them to read (or I read to them) Tagalog stories from time to time.

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