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Junior Kumbhakarna (English)

Author : Arundhati Venkatesh
Illustrator : Shreya Sen

Kukku falls asleep to his favourite story about the giant Kumbhakarna who sleeps non-stop for six months. A lively retelling of an episode from the Ramayana, with rib-tickling pictures.

2014: Best Indian Children's Book (0-5 years), Parents and Kids Choice Award

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Age 4+
Specifications 28 pages; 8.5” x 9.5”; full colour; soft cover
Awards 2014: Best Indian Children's Book (0-5 years), Parents and Kids Choice Award
ISBN 978-93-5046-472-4
First Published 2014
Tags Ramayana story, story about sleep, bedtime story, Kumbhakarna story retelling, humour

Every night, Kukku wants his father to tell him his favourite story. It is about the giant Kumbhakarna who sleeps non-stop for six months — and Kukku falls asleep just as Kumbhakarna does. In Kukku's dream, everyone is trying everything to wake up the giant. Nothing works . . . A lively retelling of an episode from the Ramayana with wildly funny pictures.

Much recommended!

The simple words and the lovely storyline make the book a delightful read. The illustrations are fabulous and they add so much more character to the book. Tokabox

Hilarious

The simple words and the lovely story line make the book a delightful read... The illustrations are fabulous and they add so much more character to the book. Even if a child can’t read, the illustrations are superb enough to tell the story... Indian Moms Connect

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Junior Kumbhakarna (English)

Junior Kumbhakarna (English)

Kukku falls asleep to his favourite story about the giant Kumbhakarna who sleeps non-stop for six months. A lively retelling of an episode from the Ramayana, with rib-tickling pictures.

2014: Best Indian Children's Book (0-5 years), Parents and Kids Choice Award

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