T is for Tagalog

  • Published date: March 21, 2018

Explore the English alphabet and learn some Tagalog words along the way! A children's book.


About the author: Adriana Allen is Professor of Development Planning and Urban Sustainabilityat the The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, UCL, where she leads the DPU Research Cluster on Environmental Justice, Urbanisation and Resilience (EJUR) and teaches in the MSc in Environment and Sustainable Development (ESD).
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