បក្សីជាប់ទ្រុង នៅទីក្រុងភ្នំពេញ

Open Book Editions បក្សីជាប់ទ្រុង នៅទីក្រុងភ្នំពេញ Author: Frederick Lipp Illustrator: Keïko Henke Synopsis: A young Cambodian girl, 8 years old, who leave in Phnom Penh, saves her money to buy a bird on which to make a wish for her poor family’s future. As a tradition in Asia, by releasing a caged bird, all you wish will come true. 🎁 Recommended from 6 to 12 years old. #Asian culture, #Asia, #Tradition, #Value of education #Hope, #Dream, #Observation, # Freedom
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Model Number: ISBN9789996345142
Author: Frederick Lipp
Illustrator: Keïko Henke

Synopsis: A young Cambodian girl, 8 years old, who leave in Phnom Penh, saves her money to buy a bird on which to make a wish for her poor family’s future.
As a tradition in Asia, by releasing a caged bird, all you wish will come true.

🎁 Recommended from 6 to 12 years old.

#Asian culture, #Asia, #Tradition, #Value of education
#Hope, #Dream, #Observation, # Freedom

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Format: Softcover book | 38 pages
Dimensions: 19 x 15 cm | 96 g
Languages: Khmer, also available in English, and French.
Published: 2015
Model number: ISBN 9789996345142


Author: Frederick Lipp
Frederick Lipp is an award-winning author of multicultural children’s picture books that tell poignant, universal stories set in different countries around the world: Cambodia, Sri Lanka, and even the United States in the communities of Maine’s newest immigrants.

Frederick is known for his lively, engaging talks with children that gently open new doors to understanding our diverse neighbours, here and abroad. He is a retired Unitarian Minister who worked in both the United States and the United Kingdom. In addition to writing children’s books, he set up a non-profit organisation that helps educate girls in Cambodia: Cambodian Art Scholarship Foundation. He and his wife Kitty live in Maine, USA.

He is the writer of Fantastic Daydreamer, Running Shoes, The Caged Birds of Phom Penh, Sky, one in a million, Baa, Baa, Baa-ing, Chalk and many other children’s books.
His book, The Caged Birds of Phom Penh, was named a Notable Book for Global Society by the International Reading Association.

 

Illustrator: Keïko Henke