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  • Around the World with Sophie and Rรฉmy

    Around the World with Sophie and Rรฉmy

    Author: Ravie Khing
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    Synopsis: This magical story conveys the value of friendship and the passing of knowledge from one generation to another through learning about different cultures and cooking 25 international recipes.

    A fascinating story that any child and adult would have fun reading and cooking with!

    The quality of the illustrations adds to the magic and poetic value of the text.

    ๐ŸŽ Recommended from 4 to 10 years old.

    #Cooking, #international recipes, #Learning about different cultures,
    #Friendship, #Passing knowledge from one generation to another
    SGD 25.00

    Around the World with Sophie and Rรฉmy

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  • แž€แŸ’แžšแž”แžธแžแŸ‚แž„แžแžฝแžแŸ’แž˜แžธ

    แž€แŸ’แžšแž”แžธแžแŸ‚แž„แžแžฝแžแŸ’แž˜แžธ

    Author: Sasha Alyson
    Illustrator: Chittakone Vilaipong

    Synopsis: This fable tells us that inventions and technology can improve our lives but sometimes, by going too far, we lose what made us happy.
    Through the friendship between a young boy and his buffalo, we discover, with humour, that we don't need to improve everything to be happy. Simplicity can be good.

    Although based in Cambodia, this story and the pleasure of reading have no borders thanks to the quality of the texts and illustrations.

    ๐ŸŽ Recommended from 4 to 12 years old.

    #Friendship, #Technology versus Simplicity,
    # Asian happy child life
    # Poetry
    SGD 15.00

    แž€แŸ’แžšแž”แžธแžแŸ‚แž„แžแžฝแžแŸ’แž˜แžธ

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  • The Cat and Dog Fable, multilingual kamishibai (English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil)

    The Cat and Dog Fable, multilingual kamishibai (English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil)

    Author: Jean-Claude Redonnet
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    This kamishibai is written in English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง, Mandarin ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ณ, Malay ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡พ and Tamil ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ.
    The four languages are on each page.

    Synopsis: The cat and the dog live in the same house, but they do not get along together well. They are too different, they don't like the same things, and they don't understand each other.
    But one day, they are going to talk together, and their life will change.

    Through this poetic story and lovely illustrations, the child will understand the importance of knowing each other and the treasures of diversity.

    The presentation format of the story is a Kamishibai one.
    A kamishibai is a form of Japanese street theatre. Pages of Kamishibai are placed in a miniature stage-like device, and the reader narrates the story by changing each image. By this technic, the reader has a text in front of him and the people who hear the story only see the picture. This is very convenient for young children who are learning a new language.

    All the sentences are written in 4 languages on the same page, the reader can access all and read in the language he wants.

    ๐ŸŽ Recommended from 4 years old.

    #Diversity, #Difference, #Tolerance
    #Learning languages, #Kamishibai, #Multilanguage book
    #Animal fable, #Humor

    SGD 35.00

    The Cat and Dog Fable, multilingual kamishibai (English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil)

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  • ๆ–ฐๅŠ ๅก ็š„ ็ฌผไธญ้ธŸ

    ๆ–ฐๅŠ ๅก ็š„ ็ฌผไธญ้ธŸ

    Author: Helene Gaborit
    Illustrator: Claude Sauquet

    Synopsis: On her home from school, Anika discovers a mysterious injured bird on the banks of the Singapore River.

    The 8-year-old little girl, with the complicity of the saved bird, helps us discover the customs of everyday life in Singapore: close-to-nature-town-country. At the same time, she discovers the meaning of true friendship.

    The exceptional illustrations support the story through collage and gouache.

    Anika's story takes us on a cultural journey. The Glossary explains to us some interesting details about life in Asia.

    ๐ŸŽ Recommended to 8 and above.

    #Asian culture, # Singapore tradition, #Daily life
    #Friendship, #Helping other

    SGD 25.00

    ๆ–ฐๅŠ ๅก ็š„ ็ฌผไธญ้ธŸ

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  •  The Cat and Dog Fable - Bilingual Book

    The Cat and Dog Fable - Bilingual Book

    Author: Jean-Claude Redonnet
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    The book is written in English ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง and Mandarin ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ณ.
    Pages 1 to 24 are the English version, and pages 25 to 50 are the Mandarin one.

    Synopsis: The cat and the dog live in the same house, but they do not get along together well. They are too different, they don't like the same things, and they don't understand each other.
    But one day, they are going to talk together, and their life will change.

    Through this poetic story and lovely illustrations, the child will understand the importance of knowing each other and the treasures of diversity.

    ๐ŸŽ Recommended from 4 years old.

    #Diversity, #Difference, #Tolerance
    #Learning languages, #Multilanguage book
    #Animal fable, #Humor

    SGD 20.00

    The Cat and Dog Fable - Bilingual Book

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  • Miaou said the Mouse (Khmer)

    Miaou said the Mouse (Khmer)

    Author: Bรฉatrice Barbey
    Illustrator: Philippe Ames

    Synopsis: Once upon a time, a small grey mouse was very thirsty. After drinking some milk in the catโ€™s bowl, the mouse turns into an elegant white cat.

    This imaginary tale has beautiful illustrations inspired by Asian shadow puppet art.

    ๐ŸŽ Recommended from 3 to 8 years old.

    #Poetry, #Imagination, #Puppets
    SGD 15.00

    Miaou said the Mouse (Khmer)

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  •  Sky, One girl in a million

    Sky, One girl in a million

    Author: Fred Lipp
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    Synopsis:
    Sky, a young Cambodian girl, wants to be a Tuk-Tuk driver. Traditionally this career is reserved for men.
    As she attempts to fulfil her dream, will she be able to overcome the challenges?

    Based on a true story from 2010, this Graphic Novel invites us to discover the beautiful city of Phnom Penh.


    ๐ŸŽ Recommended from 8 to 18 years old.

    #Dream, #Hope, #Self-transcendence, #Gender Equality,
    #Dailylife in Cambodia, #Phnom Penh, ## Tradition versus Modernity
    SGD 25.00

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  • แžขแžถแž“แžธแž€แžถแžš แž“แžทแž„ แž”แž€แŸ’แžŸแžธ แž‡แž”แŸ‹แž‘แŸ’แžšแžผแž„แž“แŸ…แžŸแžทแž„แŸ’แž แž”แžปแžšแžธ

    แžขแžถแž“แžธแž€แžถแžš แž“แžทแž„ แž”แž€แŸ’แžŸแžธ แž‡แž”แŸ‹แž‘แŸ’แžšแžผแž„แž“แŸ…แžŸแžทแž„แŸ’แž แž”แžปแžšแžธ

    Author: Helene Gaborit
    Illustrator: Claude Sauquet

    Synopsis: On her home from school, Anika discovers a mysterious injured bird on the banks of the Singapore River.

    The 8-year-old little girl, with the complicity of the saved bird, helps us discover the customs of everyday life in Singapore: close-to-nature-town-country. At the same time, she discovers the meaning of true friendship.

    The exceptional illustrations support the story through collage and gouache.

    Anika's story takes us on a cultural journey. The Glossary explains to us some interesting details about life in Asia.

    ๐ŸŽ Recommended to 8 and above.

    #Asian culture, # Singapore tradition, #Daily life
    #Friendship, #Helping other

    SGD 25.00

    แžขแžถแž“แžธแž€แžถแžš แž“แžทแž„ แž”แž€แŸ’แžŸแžธ แž‡แž”แŸ‹แž‘แŸ’แžšแžผแž„แž“แŸ…แžŸแžทแž„แŸ’แž แž”แžปแžšแžธ

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  •  Sky, One girl in a million (Khmer)

    Sky, One girl in a million (Khmer)

    Author: Fred Lipp
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    Synopsis:
    Sky, a young Cambodian girl, wants to be a Tuk-Tuk driver. Traditionally this career is reserved for men.
    As she attempts to fulfil her dream, will she be able to overcome the challenges?

    Based on a true story from 2010, this Graphic Novel invites us to discover the beautiful city of Phnom Penh.


    ๐ŸŽ Recommended from 8 to 18 years old.

    #Dream, #Hope, #Self-transcendence, #Gender Equality,
    #Dailylife in Cambodia, #Phnom Penh, ## Tradition versus Modernity
    SGD 25.00

    Sky, One girl in a million (Khmer)

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  • Around the World with Sophie and Rรฉmy (Khmer) - Out of Print

    Around the World with Sophie and Rรฉmy (Khmer) - Out of Print

    Author: Ravie Khing
    Illustrator: Kristine Hakim

    Synopsis: This magical story conveys the value of friendship and the passing of knowledge from one generation to another through learning about different cultures and cooking 25 international recipes.

    A fascinating story that any child and adult would have fun reading and cooking with!

    The quality of the illustrations adds to the magic and poetic value of the text.

    ๐ŸŽ Recommended from 4 to 10 years old.

    #Cooking, #international recipes, #Learning about different cultures,
    #Friendship, #Passing knowledge from one generation to another
    SGD 25.00
    OUT OF STOCK

    Around the World with Sophie and Rรฉmy (Khmer) - Out of Print

    SGD 25.00
    OUT OF STOCK
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