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Author: Margaret Bateson-Hill
ISBN: 1840893052
Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
Pages 32 pages
Publisher Zero to Ten (October 1, 2003)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 169
ePUB size: 1157 kb
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eBook Chanda and the Mirror of Moonlight (Folktales) download

by Margaret Bateson-Hill


Start by marking Chanda and the Mirror of Moonlight as Want to Read . Reduced to servitude by her stepmother, a lonely Indian girl finds solace in a mirror that was a gift from her mother.

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The illustrations are wonderful, and the colors are amazing. The story appears to be set in Rajastan, and is a Cinderella like story

The illustrations are wonderful, and the colors are amazing. The story appears to be set in Rajastan, and is a Cinderella like story. The text is in both Hindi and English, which can be hard to find in children's books.

Ex library copy with usual stamps/stickers Title: Chanda and the Mirror of Moonlight (Folktales). Authors : Bateson-Hill, Margaret. Product Category : Books. Title : Chanda and the Mirror of Moonlight (Folktales).

Chanda is a young girl in India who finds herself reduced to a mere servant by her stepmother after her mother's death and her father's remarriage.

ISBN13: 9781840893052.

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Items related to Chanda and the Mirror of Moonlight (Folktales .  . PAPERBACK, Book Condition New, . Bateson-Hill, Margaret Chanda and the Mirror of Moonlight (Folktales . Chanda is reduced to a servant girl in her own house when her mother dies and her father remarries. The only joy she has is taking solitary walks and gazing at the beautiful mirror that her mother left her which holds the key to her future happiness. Set in the colourful and exotic Rajasthan. Quick delivery by RAMEX,Customer satisfaction guaranteed.

Find out about her books and follow up activities. The wonderful illustrations for Chanda and the Mirror of Moonlight are by Karin Littlewood. Karin also illustrated 'Leah's Christmas Story. Download an Indian folk tale about. how the peacock got his tail.

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The illustrations are wonderful, and the colors are amazing. The story appears to be set in Rajastan, and is a Cinderella like story. The text is in both Hindi and English, which can be hard to find in children's books. A real find!
Tojahn
I am very happy, to receive this book , in his integral form, namely with the hindi part . .
Sarin
This is a wonderful variation of folk tales from two continents - Europe and Asia.

At a time in history when cultures are clashing due to ignorance rather than fact, this simple tale that combines traditions of India and several European countries is right on target. The simplicity of characters is poignant and can appeal to everyone.

Written in both Hindi and English, it shares human emotions rather than class or religion. Beautifully drawn, this is a GREAT gift for any child under 10.! 6 stars!

John J Hogan
Hospitality Educators
Hogan Hospitality
Manazar
This is a wonderful variation of folk tales from two continents - Europe and Asia.

At a time in history when cultures are clashing due to ignorance rather than fact, this simple tale that combines traditions of India and several European countries is right on target.

Written in both Hindi and English, it shares human emotions rather than class or religion. Beautifully drawn, this is a GREAT gift for any child under 10.! 6 stars!

John J Hogan
Hospitality Educators
Hogan Hospitality