The Mountain That Loved A Bird/Hakkiyannu Preetisida Betta (Kannada)

Author : Alice McLerran
Illustrator : Stephen Aitken

“There was once a mountain made of bare stone…” It stands cold and alone until one day a small bird appears and changes its life. This well-loved story by American writer Alice McLerran, shared all over the world in many languages, draws from universal truths that go beyond boundaries of language and culture. The illustrations are as lyrical, evoking the changing mood of the mountain.

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Age 8+
Specifications 32 pages; 10.5” x 8.25”; full colour; soft cover
Translator Bageshree S
ISBN 978-81-8146-079-0
First Published 2006

Enjoyable read

Beautiful illustrations do justice to the story being narrated… A small bird had the power to change a mountain. Thus, in our life also, small changes can lead to success and improvement. Reading Rabbit’s Library

Uplifting lyrical story

The illustrations are soulful and the use of rich orange makes Joy look very warm. The book apart from being a hopeful tale of devoted friendship ( even long distance ones) helped me introduce concepts such as migration and ecosystem… Saffron Tree

A soul-stirring tale of friendship

The lyrical text beautifully brought alive in the eloquent illustrations makes you want to read and re-read this treasure. @noisylibraryroject

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The Mountain That Loved A Bird/Hakkiyannu Preetisida Betta (Kannada)

The Mountain That Loved A Bird/Hakkiyannu Preetisida Betta (Kannada)

“There was once a mountain made of bare stone…” It stands cold and alone until one day a small bird appears and changes its life. This well-loved story by American writer Alice McLerran, shared all over the world in many languages, draws from universal truths that go beyond boundaries of language and culture. The illustrations are as lyrical, evoking the changing mood of the mountain.

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