|Year of Publication||2011|
|Age Recommendation||10 years and up, 11 years and up, 12 years and up, 13 years and up, 7 years and up|
|Number of Pages||200|
|Dimension||9 by 12 inches|
Dahil hindi sumapat sa aming mga mambabasa ang unang libro, heto ang isa pang tomo ng mga tanong (at sagot) na kasisiyahan ng mga bata. Ito lang ang librong sumasagot sa mga tanong—tulad ng Ano ang barcode? Paano nalalaman ng mga scientist kung kailan matatapos ang mundo? Nagsusuot ba ng panloob na damit ang mga sinaunang Filipino? Saan napupunta ang mga basura?—nang may kasamang katuwa-tuwang paghahalo ng mga gawain, katotohanan, at trivia.
2012 National Book Award, Best Leisure Book Citation:
“Kids, or more precisely, the kids in all of us, kids, adults, or even seniors, love to ask questions. If we don’t, then we have a problem. Curiosity drives progress, and without curiosity, we would not be anywhere. The book 100 Questions Filipino Kids Ask tries to satisfy our curiosity about some questions that are on our minds, but what it really does is to make us realize that we should be asking some of the questions in the book that have never occurred to us. For example, Who are the binukot? Who invented video games? Who invented sipa? Why do flowers smell good? How can we help reduce our carbon footprint? How do people choose where to put cemeteries? These are not questions that kids – Filipino or not – are likely to ask, but they should be asking these questions. No, we should be asking these questions. For making leisure educational as well as provocative, the National Book Award for Leisure is given to 100 Questions Filipino Kids Ask, Volume 2, by Adarna House and Liwayway Marketing Corporation.”