AMMA TELL ME ABOUT RAMAYANA

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SKU: BK 0031174

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  • Author  : BHAKTI MATHUR
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Anjana Publishing
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 32 pages
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 9789881502803
  • Reading age ‏ : ‎ 6 years and up

A great children’s picture book (for ages 2 to 8) which brings the story of the epic Ramayana to life. Join the brothers Klaka and Kiki as they listen to their Amma narrate the story of Ram and Lakshman searching for Sita, how they meet the monkey God Hanuman, and their battle with the mighty Ravan! A perfect book to introduce Ramayana to your children. Written in rhyme with captivating illustrations, by Bhakti Mathur, author of the best-selling ‘Amma Tell Me’ Series. The story of Rama, the righteous prince, Written ages ago by the poet Valmiki. This is Ramayana – an ancient, epic poem, As told by Amma to Klaka and Kiki. Beloved prince of Ayodhya, next in line to be king; Banished to the forest at his stepmother's behest. Waged a war with the demon Ravana to rescue his wife Helped by an army of monkeys in his quest. "Amma Tell Me" is a charming and informative series of children's books that introduces the major Hindu festivals and figures to young readers, and are perfect for families wanting to share stories of Hinduism with their children or for educators looking for resource on the Hindu culture for their students. Written in rhyme with vivid, captivating illustrations, this series brings Hindu mythology to its readers in a fun and non-preachy way. The Series has ten books on the festivals of Holi, Diwali, and on the Hindu gods Krishna, Hanuman and Ganesha.

About the Author

Bhakti Mathur grew up in Delhi, India. She lives in Hong Kong, a city that she absolutely adores, with her husband, her two sons, Shiv and Veer, and their beloved golden Labrador, Frodo. She is a banker by profession and currently works for a major Asian Bank.Bhakti’s love for books started from a young age. Her mother was a librarian and as a child she landed up spending many hours in the library—books proved to be great and inexpensive baby sitters! The idea for the 'Amma, Tell Me' series of books came as a way to introduce her sons to Indian mythology and festivals.When not writing, working or running after her boys, she is happiest curled up with a book and a hot cup of chai.

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