ABNKKBSNPLAKo?! (Mga Kwentong Chalk ni Bob Ong) pdf free download – Book reviews

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Author(s): Bob OngDownload  

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Bakit namamalo si Miss Uyehara?May mga notebook bang lumilipad?Bakit masakit sa ulo ang Mafhemafics?Ano ang sikreto sa pagkakaibigan nila Pepe at Tagpi?Bakit may mga taong nakapikit sa litrato?Masarap ba ang Africhado?Sino si Tigang?Bakit may mga classroom na kulang ang upuan?Masama bang mag-isip nang malalim habang naglalakad?Saan ang Ganges River sa Pilipinas?Bakit may mga umaakyat ng overpass pero hindi tumatawid?Sino ang webmaster ng bobongpinoy sa Internet?No calculators.No dictionaries.No erasures.No cheating.Oops, time’s up!Pass your papers.

Some Reviews: 565 in Goodreads.com

Rhida

Rhida rated it     

Fun and easy to read especially the part wherein elementary and high school were talked about. It was nostalgic as most of it happened to me, too.

Though the latter part had a very unexpected turn, from funny and light, it became heartbreaking and true to what life is like later on. The confusion and hardwork in college, the wise things you’d learn from each stages of your academic life.

I really liked it, although it didn’t appear to me as one of those books with a “wow” factor. Still a great start (again) in reading works of Filipino authors. I was introduced to a really, really bad stories of Filipino authors and had lost my interest in reading Filipino books, I’m glad I read this and found interest in these books again.

I liked this one and am looking forward to read more books by Bob Ong! 🙂

Margaux Wrockley

Margaux Wrockley rated it     

I kind of miss school while reading this book. I came to wonder what will it be like if I didn’t isolate myself from classmates that much and I was friendly to everyone. Oh, don’t worry ‘coz it seems I’m not going back to formal school ‘coz my mother called my student career officially over. Well, to think it’s time to start earning my own decent income.

As they say learning does not stop in formal school ‘coz we are all students of life. Everything in our environment can influence our growth. Younger generations should learn from the mistakes of the previous generations.

Why do I sound so serious when this book I’m reviewing was written in a funny way? Well, in fairness this book made me laugh while reading it. It seems the comedian in Bob Ong comes naturally and he obviously belongs in previous generations. Maybe that’s why this book is a nationwide bestseller ‘coz many people can relate to it.

I haven’t seen the movie and I don’t know if I ever will. When it comes to books my generation’s journey goes like this. Sweet Valley, Goosebumps, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Twilight, Hunger Games, and so far Fifty Shades of Grey. Hmm, I wonder what’s in store for us next.

Maan

Maan rated it     

Book #62 for 2012: Read this while waiting for my flight and finished it upon disembarking from the plane. A fast read. Was so engrossed with the book. I was laughing out loud, much to the dismay of my plane seatmate. Funny yet socially relevant. Borrowed from the library. I want to buy my own copy but it is already out of print. Oh well.

Favorite Lines:
Yan ang mission statement ko dati: Lumusong sa baha pag umuulan, kahit na maputikan, at umakyat sa tulay pag umaaraw, kahit na ma-sermunan.

Minsan pala kailangan rin ng lakas para sabihing mahina ka.

Nalaman kong hindi pala exam na may passing rate ang buhay. Hindi ito ito multiple choice, identification, true or false, enumeration o fill-in-the-blanks na sinasagutan, kundi essay na isinusulat araw-araw. Huhusgahan ito hindi base sa kung tama o mali ang sagot, kundi base sa kung may kabuluhan ang mga naisulat o wala. Allowed ang erasures.

Airine

Airine rated it      

Schooling is the best part in one’s life. It helps us to mold not only in our learning but also in our personality. This is the part also where we can meet those crazy and unique friends that we can lean on every steps we take in our life.

This book helps me not only to make me laugh, but also to let me feel the importance of almost a lifetime learning. As my high school life will end this incoming march, honestly, I don’t experience does kind of things that the ordinary students have. Maybe , yes, I have does unique experiences with my Batch 6 classmates, still I’m expecting to have does experiences that my parents and this book have.

But still, Im thankful to read this book because even in 2 hours, I feel like im part of the BEC sections.

Shee

Shee rated it      

This is the very first “Bob Ong book” that i have read. Thanks to my enthusiastic friend, Queenie. Credits to her, I did not get bored. 😀 This one’s really informative yet very humorous. It reveals reality and this is something I can relate to. Teaching is indeed a vocation. 🙂

All I know is that Bob Ong is anonymous, he remains to be anonymous. And now I wonder if this one’s his real life story. 😀 ABNKKBSNPLAko?! is a time machine capsuled with a humorous and organized biography. All the thoughts are equally related and informative but not in the sense that is so scientific, just a funny reality that will lead yourself to your past. A happy visit perhaps. Two thumbs up, Mr. Bob Ong!–whoever you are 😛

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