This folk song is a catchy tune (in tagalog), and my son picked up the lyrics in a very short time.
Anak Books has a great description of the book, so I copy it below in its entirety from their website.
This post is for the Read Around the World Summer Reading Series from Multicultural Kid Blogs!  Now through August, bloggers from all over the world will share their recommendations of great multicultural books for the entire family!  For more details and the full schedule, visit the series main page.  You can also follow along on our Summer Reading Pinterest Board! I just love it when songs get turned into picture books – and this is that much better being a folk song relating culture and heritage!
Coloring Pages for children is a wonderful activity that encourages children to think in a creative way and arises their curiosity.
But on the occasional free moment I get to tap out scatterbrained bursts of consciousness about raising toddlers in Cambodia, traveling with them and working abroad.

It is an educational tool and is considered an important contribution to a child's development. Beyond the educational virtues, coloring sessions allow us, the adults, a little peace and quiet while the boy or girl enjoy coloring. Not to mention the result: coloring pages for preschoolers are proudly presented at the nursery, kindergarten or even grandma and grandpa's living room! Please note the images are not hosted on our servers, hence some of the images might not download. Its Tagalog lyrics have been passed down through the generations by way of the oral tradition.
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The words and music which appear in this book represent but one of the many versions of this folk song. The lyrics include plants which are not indegenous to the Philippines, such as peanuts (mani), eggplant (talong), and mustard (mustasa). These foreign elements could mean that the folk song originated or evolved during colonial times.
Bahay Kubo tells of a family living in a small nipa hut, surrounded by a garden filled with vegetables.

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    Keep in my pocket for my children who are introducing artificial frequencies to your.
    And young hunter than I did reading.