Fascinating Folktales Of Punjab (Panjab) (3 Bilingual Hardcover Books) For Children Ages 5-10 - In Punjabi (Panjabi) & English
Set of 3 Bilingual (Punjabi, English & Romanized Punjabi) Folktales from the Land of PunjabBeautifully illustrated and told poetically. First of the kind. Each book is 44 - 55 pages 11" x 8.5" Hardcover Limited Edition(#6)The Rooster's Wedding - The handsome rooster may be poor, but he has a dream and a strong desire to realize it. Despite the odds and the doubts of others, he leaves his home ...
Series: Fascinating Folktales of Punjab (Book 3)
Hardcover: 154 pages
Publisher: Gurmeet Kaur; 1st edition (2016)
Package Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 2 inches
Amazon Rank: 1274072
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Bhenji Gurmeet Kaur has done it again! Her latest set of Punjabi Folktales are even bigger and better than her previous editions. Bigger because these are for children (and adults) old enough to be able to handle and care for books. The writing retel...
is life to make his wish come true. Will he succeed and return home with the bride of his dreams? A story of determination and courage that shows a strong will can beat the odds.(#7)Tales of The Mouse & The Snake -a. A mouse digs a hole and finds a stump. He trades his treasure for a better one, exploiting the situation until he loses everything. Children and grownups alike will cherish this delightful tale that teaches us that we don't end up better off by taking advantage of others.b. A snake abuses his powers and starts terrifying the village until Mother Nature orders him to behave himself. He complies, and now he is the one who gets abused. In the end, he learns to achieve balance and live with honor without instilling undue fear.(#8) Tales of The Parrots & The Berries -a. The parrots live peacefully on a Margosa tree but feel threatened as some bees start to build their hive there. The Queen Bee convinces them that she means no harm, and the parrots allow the bees in their tree. In time, everyone learns that harmonious coexistence is a beautiful thing.b. A sparrow continually gets in trouble, and a passing traveler repeatedly helps her out. The sparrow entices him with a promise that she doesn't seem to keep, testing his patience. The story takes us on a journey through rural Punjab and ends with a sweet surprise.Search "Fascinating Folktales of Punjab" for more info and titles