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Author : Meren Imchen
Illustrator : Meren Imchen
The sun is hurt when the farmer shouts at it, and goes away. Only a rooster's trick will bring it back. Luminous illustrations bring alive this folktale of the Ao people of Nagaland.
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|Specifications||24 pages; 9” x 9”; full colour; soft cover|
|Tags||rooster, bird, pets, folk tale from Nagaland, folk tale from Northeast India, story about the sun|
A farmer shouts at the sun becaue it is too hot to work in the field. The sun gets upset, goes away and refuses to return. Finally, a rooster tricks the sun to shine again — and every day from then on. This engaging tale is based on a folktale of the Ao tribe in Nagaland in northeastern India. The artist-animator's illustrations are luminous and dynamic, based as they are on his animation film on the same story.