This beautiful picture book is perfect for anyone who wants to explain the story of Diwali to childrenPurple Book Band, Quizzed for Accelerated Reader, ideal for ages 5+With foil on the cover and beautiful, full-colour illustrations from Christopher Corr, this would make a great Diwali giftMalachy Doyle lives in Ireland on a tiny island off the coast of Donegal, with his wife, cats, dogs, hens and ducks. Before writing children's books, he worked in advertising and as a teacher for children with special needs. He is the best-selling and award-winning author of many books, from picture books to teen fiction, including Georgie and Who is Jesse Flood? for older readers. Christopher Corr studied art, graphics and illustration at art school in Manchester before completing his Masters at the Royal College in London. He loves old cities, particularly ones where old meets new such as New York, Delhi, Shanghai and Berlin. Colour is important to Christopher and he is fascinated by how it affects people._______________ The perfect picture book to introduce children aged 6+ to Rama and Sita and the story of Diwali, with text by award-winning author Malachy Doyle and stunning, colourful illustrations from Christopher Corr. Rama and Sita live happily in the forest - until Sita is kidnapped by the demon king, Ravana. Can Rama and the monkey king Hanuman follow the trail she has laid for them and save Sita, or will she be lost forever? Whether you're looking for a Diwali gift or a simple introduction to the Diwali story to share with your children, this beautiful book, now reissued in a larger picture book format, is ideal. _______________ Book band: Purple Quizzed for Accelerated Reader Ideal for ages: 6+ _______________Rama and Sita live happily in the forest - until Sita is kidnapped. Can Rama find and rescue her with the help of the monkey king Hanuman? Award-winning author Malachy Dolye presents a beautiful retelling of the story of Diwali with wonderful, colourful illustrations by Christopher Corr.The bright, colourful illustrations perfectly reflect the fact that Diwali is the festival of light and help bring the story to life. This book will be a great addition to my bookshelf at school.The whole story is adorned by bursts of colour and energy by Christopher Corr.Each double page is bright, full of colour and representative of the Diwali festival itself where colour is so significant.It is a text that will work well at home as a story or in the classroom. This is supported wonderfully by Corr's artwork, and his signature vibrant colour schemes are a perfect match to the dazzling colours of Indian culture and landscapes.Rama and Sita live happily in the forest until Sita is abducted by the demon king Ravana. Can Rama rescue her - and who is the little white monkey who offers to help?
|Title:||Rama and Sita: The Story of Diwali|
|Author:||Malachy DoyleChristopher Corr|
MALACHY DOYLE worked in advertising and as a teacher for children with special educational needs before writing children's books. He is the author of more than seventy books for children. Malachy Doyle lives in Ireland on a tiny island off the coast of Donegal, where he works full-time as a children's author. Malachy's picture book Owen and the Mountain was a runner-up for the Children's Book Award. Malachy also writes award-winning fiction, including Georgie and Who Is Jesse Flood? www.malachydoyle.com