A 100+ page book taking you to a fantastic imaginary story land.
Once upon a time, in the land of telugu speaking people, there were many stories. That story telling - It lived as a splendid art for many centuries and has been passed on for many generations in oral form. The greatest contributors to this oral form art were grand mothers, grand fathers. Now, that art is on its death bed. Those time eternal stories are lying in the memories of many souls just like me.
This book is a very humble attempt to revive that art in a written form. Although not as powerful as the original oral tradition, reading and writing just like their predecessor are also great channels to wake the brilliant imagination skills that are dormant.
This series of stories in volume 4 will attempt to bring that lost child hood of yours back and attempt to bring an awareness and probably inspire you to pass it to your next generation and most importantly may make you write your own stories just like me!
Reviving that art, that art of story telling, using own mother tongue - It is the need of the hour. It is our duty to enrich the young generation with abundant imagination, feeding their oratory skills, enlarge their writing skills and keeping the river of language perennial.
Go on, read them and you will have good time!
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)
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