Great Flock Tales of the World / Anitha MurthyMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: New Delhi : Taking Cub, 2019.Description: 180 p. ; pbk. illISBN:
- 823.92 MUR
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Target Audience: Age 8 years and Above
Content : The Haunted Cottage The Ogre of Rashomon } A Japanese Folk Tale The Sprightly Tailor} A Celtic Folk Tale Ameen and the Ghoul } An Arabian Folk Tale The Hawk and the Owl } A Nigerian Folk Tale Gray Eagle } A North American Folk Tale Guimara } A South American Folk Tale The Maid with the Golden Hair } A Slavic Folk Tale Harisharman } An Indian Folk Tale Bougoodoogahdah } An Australian Folk Tale The Gold Nugget } A Chinese Folk Tale
Harisharman, a poor man from India, pretends he has magical powers and can solve any problem. But what will he do when the king himself asks for his help to find the gold stolen from the royal treasury? In ancient Arabia, Ameen Beg meets a scary ghoul. With just some salt and an egg, he outsmarts the ghoul and makes him run away fast and far. In distant Eastern Europe, a king is furious with his attendant George. The only way George can escape punishment is by finding the mysterious maid with the golden hair. Will he be able to find her and bring her to his king? Meet these and many other odd and wonderful characters—wily witches from Australia, brave and just eagles from North America, magician-giants from South America and boastful tailors from Scotland—in these captivating stories. There are tales of love and humour, of adventure and daredevilry, of ogres and animals. Beautifully illustrated and skilfully retold, this collection will thrill and charm readers young and old.