Adarna House is a conversation that began in 1980, when it was founded to respond to the need of Filipino children to develop their minds through enjoyable learning opportunities and memorable literary experiences. Today, this conversation includes a multitude of treasured partners who share our enthusiasm for children, our commitment to education, and our passion for reading. The best Filipino writers, illustrators, and researchers help us create products that feature Filipino values, culture, history, and experiences. Readability and systems experts were invaluable to the development of WiKAHON, the very first leveled tool for independent use to improve reading skills in Filipino. A new generation of readers, beyond the Philippines, have pushed us towards engaging with them on a different platform through the work of Adarna House Digital. The educational courses we offer are also the result of our relationship with the public and private sectors. We continue to strengthen these alliances with the help of our primary allies—The Raya School, which offers progressive education from preschool to high school, and the very young Adarna Group Foundation, Inc. (AGFI), which focuses on local government-based early literacy programs. Through our programs and products, we are happy to continue the conversation with our most valued partners, the Filipino children. It is their curiosity that keeps us motivated, their creativity that we wish to equal, and their potential for greatness that we will always strive to serve. It is they who keep us committed to our duty: to create good playmates, classmates, and friends not only for children, but also for art, literature, and country. Founded by Virgilio S. Almario, Adarna House is now under the helm of his family, with wife Emelina S. Almario as president, and children Ani Almario as vice-president, Asa Montenejo as marketing director, and Agno Almario as director for digital platforms.