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Grandma’s Bag Of Stories

Grandma’s Bag Of Stories

Collection of 20+ Illustrated short stories, traditional Indian folk tales for all ages for children of all ages by Sudha Murty

Sudha Murty
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Over 20 short stories, ideal for children of ages 5 and up
Includes popular stories: ‘The Princess’ New Clothes’, ‘Roopa’s Great Escape’ and ‘The Unending Story’
Every story is accompanied by colourful illustrations
Lucid and simple language of the book makes reading a pleasure.

Memories of a grandparent spinning tales around animals and mysterious characters have kept many of us rapt till date. Sudha Murty’s Grandma’s Bag of Stories is simply delightful. The story starts with Anand, Krishna, Raghu and Meena arriving at their grandparents’ house in Shiggaon. Overjoyed Ajji and Ajja(Grandmother and grandfather in Kannada) get the house ready, while Ajji prepares delicious snacks for children. Finally, times comes when everyone gathers around Ajji, as she opens her big bag of stories. She tells stories of kings and cheats, princesses and onions, monkeys and mice and scorpions and hidden treasures.
Though unlikely in combination, stories makes perfect sense when Grandma is the one narrating them.

Imprint: India Puffin

Published: Jan/2015

ISBN: 9780143333623

Length : 192 Pages

MRP : ₹250.00

Grandma’s Bag Of Stories

Collection of 20+ Illustrated short stories, traditional Indian folk tales for all ages for children of all ages by Sudha Murty

Sudha Murty

Over 20 short stories, ideal for children of ages 5 and up
Includes popular stories: ‘The Princess’ New Clothes’, ‘Roopa’s Great Escape’ and ‘The Unending Story’
Every story is accompanied by colourful illustrations
Lucid and simple language of the book makes reading a pleasure.

Memories of a grandparent spinning tales around animals and mysterious characters have kept many of us rapt till date. Sudha Murty’s Grandma’s Bag of Stories is simply delightful. The story starts with Anand, Krishna, Raghu and Meena arriving at their grandparents’ house in Shiggaon. Overjoyed Ajji and Ajja(Grandmother and grandfather in Kannada) get the house ready, while Ajji prepares delicious snacks for children. Finally, times comes when everyone gathers around Ajji, as she opens her big bag of stories. She tells stories of kings and cheats, princesses and onions, monkeys and mice and scorpions and hidden treasures.
Though unlikely in combination, stories makes perfect sense when Grandma is the one narrating them.

Select Preferred Format

Sudha Murty

Sudha Murty was born in 1950 in Shiggaon, north Karnataka. A prolific writer in English and Kannada, she has written novels, technical books, travelogues, collections of short stories and non-fiction pieces, and bestselling books for children. Her books have been translated into all major Indian languages. She weaves magical tales and especially enjoys writing for young readers. A generation of children has grown up reading her books and her stories are available in textbooks across schools in India.

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