Raising Pinoy Boys


The book is a candid narration of the author’s two decades of experiences in raising her sons. She shares the joys and challenges she encountered giving birth, getting to know their individual personalities, finding their schools, forming their study habits, engaging them in sports, developing their emotional and financial intelligence, and more. She also narrates the growing up years of the men and boys she and her sons admire, as told by their parents.

In Raising Pinoy Boys, parents share their stories with the hope of inspiring others to become better parents with renewed passion and joy.

The paperback is available in major bookstores in the Philippines for PhP350.00. 

You may also place your orders directly with us, especially if you want autographed copies or wholesale purchases.* The books will be delivered to your preferred address for a minimal courier charge of PhP70.00 within Metro Manila and PhP110.00 for provincial address. The pouch can accommodate up to six (6) books.** Bigger pouches are also available at P90.00 (Metro Manila) and P180.00 (provincial), and can accommodate up to twenty-five (25) books.

There are two ways to pay:


1. Deposit the amount in any of the following current accounts of Juncture Enterprises:
a. BDO Current Account No. 645 800 8959
b. BPI Current Account No. 2280 1011 28

2. Email a photo of the duplicate deposit slip, together with the following details to rose@fqmom.com:
Name of Addressee
Delivery Address
No. of Books
Names of book recipients (if you want it autographed)
Amount/Date/Bank & Branch where deposit was made


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Ebook Versions with video clips are also available!


* For bulk orders and special edition of this book (you may order personalized copies), please contact rose@FQMom.com
**You may have a combination of my books in one pouch, as long as they fit in the standard sizes described above.

***For  DELIVERY OUTSIDE THE PHILIPPINES contact smonjardin.fqmom@gmail.com

For more information on the book, please go to its website RaisingPinoyBoys.com.