Eyes On The Peacock’s Tail & Magic Vessels
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Eyes on the Peacock Tail:
In the beginning, the peacock had no markings on his shimmering blue-green tail. This story tells you how the peacock’s tail got decorated with eyes.
Muthu, a poor playwright, his wife Chellam and six children live in a banyan tree. Chellam cooks and cleans in other people’s homes while Muthu writes plays and sometimes doesn’t get paid – life is hard for them. One day, Muthu goes in search of a job. He loses his way in the jungle and falls asleep under a tree. What happens then in this story from Tamilnadu? The Ayyanar style of sculpture from which the illustrations are adapted is rich with colour and form.
Age Group: 4 to 6 Ι Author: Vayu Naidu Ι Narrator: Usha Uthup Ι Illustrator: Mugdha Shah Ι Music: 3 Brothers and A Violin Ι Items Included: 2 Books & a CD Ι Type: Audio Book