Reading books does not need to be boring. In this book, our friends, Nonit, Gea, Aryo, Deo, and others will share their stories about a lot of things. Among others the excitement they have in visiting a library, reading and trying out e-book facilities with cook animation, making srapbook for surprise presents, performing stage book for flood refuge children, meeting with famous writers and asking for their autographs, and opening free reading house. It is all so exciting! You can also try to do these with your friends. Books are the windows of the world. Reading a lot will make you smarter!
This bilingual book consists 10 inspiring stories about mother’s love such as The Flower Seller’s Daughter, Mother’s Letters to Her Daughter, Our Simple House, and many more. The lovely stories in this book have been beautifully illustrated by talented illustrators. Children and mothers would surely love this keepsake collection.
Long ago the Balinese neglected the ritual offerings to the gods. The gods became angry and punished them with a long drought. Life was difficult, the people suffered and they became selfish. Rangda, the ruler of evil and suffering, was ready to take over Bali, when a young prince, Putu Oka, was willing to sacrifice himself for the welfare of the people. Rangda turned Putu Oka into an ugly frog. He would not become a man again, unless he could find a girl who truly loved him.
Dongeng Mini Nusantara contains five fascinating tales that invite children to learn about Indonesian culture. This collection is specially designed in small size, using good, simple word choice along with adorable illustrations for children to love Indonesian culture. Five titles in the box are Danau Toba, Malin Kundang, Lutung Kasarung, Cindelaras, and Keong Mas.
Ornit The Caterpillar was Lawa The Bat’s best friend. One day, Lawa accidentally called Ornit ‘fatty’. Then days after that, Ornit was missing and Lawa was very sad. He could only find a cocoon on the place where Ornit usually ate. Lawa thought that Ornit was angry to him. Then one day, a beautiful big butterfly came out of the cocoon. Who was it? It turned out that Ornit had changed into a beautiful rare bird wing butterfly. Lawa was so surprised and happy. Lawa became even happier because Ornit wasn’t angry to him.
I welcome heartily the publication of this book, “Aku Anak yang Berani, Bisa Melindungi Diri Sendiri,” that contains information in sexual issues that are adjusted to the level of cognitive development of children using easy-to-understand language for children. This book is also a guide for families in taking their active role in the National Anti-Sexual Violence against Children Movement (GN-AKSA).” — Linda Amalia Sari, S.IP; Minister of Women Empowerment and Child Protection