Everyone's favourite Monkey God is back, in a delightful avatar! Beautiful illustrations, exciting games and activities and a fun and engaging narration add to the appeal of this retelling of Hanuman's life. Join Hanuman on a rollicking journey from his childhood days when he tried to eat the Sun, to his helping Ram and Lakshman rescue Sita from Ravana's clutches
About the Author
MALA DAYAL has been involved with developing, editing and writing material for children for over forty yeras. She is the author of Nanak: The Guru, The Story of Krishna and The Ramayana in Pictures, all published by Rupa.
Ratings and Reviews
3 Ratings &
An interesting, colourful read for children
The beauty of the book lies in its simple narration and captivating illustrations that not only make the children go WOW but also have the adults be in awe with the flip of every page. I particularly loved the clever inclusion of the mazes in the middle of the stories without interrupting their flow to ensure there is not a single dull moment in the book. This book is perfect for 3-5 year old but older kids can enjoy it too. I highly recommend this book for all children from as early as 3 years.
This book is ideal for kids and adults alike. I loved this book because the story took me back to my childhood days. The cover is an instant pick me up and the illustrations are beautiful. As I opened the book and went through the story, I felt I was transported into the mythological world of Hanuman and Ram. There are puzzles, mazes and riddles in the book. The language is simple and easy to understand. Even my kids also read the book and loved it.
I love this book because my kids love it. Being a children's book, I gave it to my toddler and preschooler. They were unprecedentedly hooked the book. In an era when even the parents are unaware of mythology, the book will be a great treasure to the kids. Kids are in love with the monkey god.
The story is crafted in such a way that kids are encouraged to read it. The book is nothing short of a 3D movie. More than the religious aspect, it is the cuteness, bravery and righteousness of the mo...