By Kavita Ram Shrestha,Sarah Lamstein
From a quarter of brilliant attractiveness, light humans, and deep spirituality come the various world's such a lot spell binding stories. This number of stories, the single one among its type at present to be had within the usa, introduces readers to the treasures of an historical and quickly altering tradition. chosen and translated by way of Kavita Ram Shrestha of Nepal and edited by way of Sarah Lamstein, the 15 tales variety in tone from the playful "King foolish and Minister Sloppy" to the haunting "Uttis Tree." The stories are supplemented via colour pictures, line drawings, and an advent to the background, geography, and tradition of the rustic. A beneficiant bibliography leads readers to additional resources.
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From the Mango Tree and Other Folktales from Nepal (World Folklore Series) by Kavita Ram Shrestha,Sarah Lamstein