New Arrivals – folktale series
We have published four new books in Tibetan based on classic Tibetan folktales for little kids. The illustrations bear Tibet’s own unique cultural and traditional quirks to depict the stories more true to the tales.
Please scroll down to have a better and more detailed look at each of them.
A poor kid always shares his tsampa with a stone lion. What happens when the stone lion comes alive and wants to return the kid’s generosity with gold? And what happens when a spoiled rich kid gets greedy? Find out…
Three sisters lose their Yak. They all go out to look but the youngest shares her food with a white bird who is really a prince. The girl, now, must uncover the prince’s disguise but when she does, the prince is forced to become a witch’s slave. Now the girl must collect 1000 different bird’s feathers to save him.
Aku-Tunpa has to be clever to outsmart his greedy landlord. Each year part of Aku-Tunpa’s crops must be given as an unfair tax, but Aku-Tunpa has ideas to save his had-work from exploitation.
Seven evil magicians are approached by a little boy who wants to learn magic. Once he learns a powerful transformation spell, he and his brother try to outsmart the magicians to help their poor family, but a chase begins and ends with Nagarjuna in a cave. This traditional Buddhist tale is filled with adventure and moral lessons.