The Hitopadesha are fables that were written in the 12th century AD. These tales of wisdom were written in the Sanskrit language and are part of Indias great cultural heritage. Each story aims to educate young minds about life, morals and values, so that they may become responsible adults.
This special collection is sure to delight children with its easy language, colourful illustrations and engaging stories.
Read about the donkey who tried to be a tiger, about the crow who stole curd, a lion who hired a cat to guard him and how the doves and their king flew off with a net to escape from a hunter.
1.The Hunter and the Dove;
2.The Mouse Who Jumped High;
3.The Monkey and the Wedge;
4.The Poor Donkey;
5.The Lion, the Mouse and the Cat;
6.The Donkey Who Looked Like a Tiger;
7.The Quail Who Didn't Run
ABOUT THE PUBLISHER: OmKidz is an imprint of Om Books International, one of the largest English language trade publishers in the Indian subcontinent.
Om Kidz has a very varied publishing list:
Baby Record Books,
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries,
Graphic Novels, to name just a few!
Most of our books have won national awards and accolades for their design and content. Our in-house content generation team is also actively involved in customizing books for clients in India and overseas.