Ekki Dokki (Malayalam)

Author : Sandhya Rao
Illustrator : Ranjan De

An endearing Marathi folktale about two sisters. Ekkesvali has one hair on her head. Dhonkesvali has two and thinks she's great. What happens when they meet an old woman who lives alone in a clearing right in the middle of the forest? This folktale takes on a special joyousness with Ranjan De's stylised representations and is full of interesting details and happy triangles.

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Age 3+
Specifications 24 pages; 7” x 8.5”; full colour; soft cover
Translator Raghavendra Rao
ISBN 81-85229-34-1
First Published 1996

Access to multicultural, multilingual vocabulary

A simple book, with plenty of Indian words and names and images our children can relate to. The book belongs to a series called the ‘Wordbird’ series where unfamiliar words and ideas are explained with the help of word birds that streak across the pages giving readers access to a multicultural, multilingual vocabulary. Saffron Tree

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Ekki Dokki (Malayalam)

Ekki Dokki (Malayalam)

An endearing Marathi folktale about two sisters. Ekkesvali has one hair on her head. Dhonkesvali has two and thinks she's great. What happens when they meet an old woman who lives alone in a clearing right in the middle of the forest? This folktale takes on a special joyousness with Ranjan De's stylised representations and is full of interesting details and happy triangles.

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