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The Sacred Banana Leaf

Nathan Kumar Scott, Radhashyam Raut When Kanchil the mouse deer falls into a pit he has to use his wits to get out. The tale he spins lures a gullible snake, a nervous wild boar and a hungry tiger into the pit, but will his plan to escape work? The second in our series of Indonesian trickster tales, this book is illustrated in the beautifully ornate Patachitra style of temple mural painting from India.

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Weight 370.0 g
Dimensions 280 × 210 mm
ISBN

978-81-86211-28-1

Pages

40

Printing

Offset-printed

Binding

Hardcover

Age Group

6+

Foreign Rights Sold

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Danish

Förlaget Palka

French

Éditions Syros

Portuguese (Brazil)

Editora UDP

Swedish

Förlaget Hjulet

Chinese

Ginkgo (Beijing) Book Co. Ltd

NathanKumarScott

Nathan Kumar Scott

Author Nathan Kumar Scott, born and raised in India of American parents, has been bridging cultures all his life. He’s been a theatre director, designer, playwright, puppeteer and storyteller, and has performed across the US as well as in Ecuador, Mexico, India, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. He is the director of an educational foundation that introduces Indian culture to students from around the world. Click here to discover his other Tara Books.

RadhashyamRaut

Radhashyam Raut

Radhashyam Raut is an artist trained in the traditional art of Patachitra mural paintings of Orissa, where he lives and works. This is his first venture into the world of books. Click here to discover his other Tara Books.

AvinashVeeraraghavan

Avinash Veeraraghavan

Artist Avinash Veeraraghavan was trained under and worked with the Italian designer Andrea Anastasio. His work reflects a sharp interest in popular culture while exploring an edgy mix of visual media. Avinash lives in Bangalore where he runs the design studio Beetroot. His work has been displayed throughout India and Europe. . Click here to discover his other Tara Books.