Farmer Falgu Goes Kite-Flying - 
      Chitra Soundar
      Kanika Nair

Farmer Falgu Goes Kite-Flying

; Kanika Nair (Illustratør)

«Enlarged, color-coded type helps emphasizes the onomatopoeia that fills a buoyant cumulative story that, in addition to being just plain fun, may leave readers curious to learn more about the rural Indian setting." - Publishers Weekly»

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Farmer Falgu’s ingenious kite-making skills save the day and create a colourful flying display!
Forlag: Karadi Tales Company Pvt Ltd
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9788181903563
Utgave: 2. utg.
Format: 20 x 23 cm

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Chitra Soundar was born in Chennai, India, resides in London, United Kingdom, and lives in imaginary worlds weaved out of stories. She has written over 20 books for children aged 3 to 10 years old. Chitra also loves to retell folktales, legends and ancient tales from the Indian sub-continent. While she dabbles in chapter books, her first love is picture books. Farmer Falgu Goes on a Trip is her third book in India, and her first book with Karadi Tales. Soon Farmer Falgu will be going places with his charm and good humour. Her work is inspired by the noisy and colourful India, the culture and history of ancient tribes and the stories that pass down from one generation to the next. Many of her stories revolve around animals, families and cultural motifs. She is often inspired by visits to the many museums in London and walking around the ancient streets reading blue plaques. More details can be found at Kanika Nair was born in Jaipur, India. She has always had a passion for illustration. After receiving a bachelor's degree in Communication Design from Pearl Academy of Fashion, New Delhi, she began working as a freelance illustrator, writer and designer of children's books. Nair has worked on children's books projects with Karadi Tales, Room to Read, Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti (BGVS) and Pratham Books. She loves to incorporate various insights about children that she has collected over years into her illustrations. The Indian cultural canvas has always fascinated her and this is quite evident in her style of illustration.