I have introduced my children to stories from all over the world, be it about Christmas or what Greta Thunberg has to say about climate change. The one thing that I really wanted to introduce is the Mahabharata but I always wondered which book would do justice and keep the children interested. On KSP Book Club, this week, we have something that will just do that.
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What is the book about?
The book we are talking about today is a narrative on Mahabharata. This book is a grand and complex epic and it tells an ancient tale of war, kingship, honour and revenge. It narrates the fortunes of a royal household torn by conflict. The Mahabharata and other mythologies have always been so close to my heart are because we can teach our children values and how to be grounded through one story itself.
What we love:
What we love about the book is the narrative is very easy to understand for children and the beautiful child-friendly illustrations are successful all over the world. Don't forget to check this book out because your child will surely be engaged because it is a narrative on Mahabrahta through a child's perspective. This book has been translated into Spanish, French, German, Italian and Portuguese.