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[KINDLE] ❅ Adventures of a Nepali Frog By Kanak Mani Dixit – Wildlives.co

I really liked this book from the moment I picked it up, nice and informative story with great illustrations Read it to my wife s Nepali cousins the English not the Nepali version and they loved it However, I ve only ever seen it available in Pokhara and Kathmandu. Amazing E Book, Adventures Of A Nepali Frog Author Kanak Mani Dixit This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Adventures Of A Nepali Frog , Essay By Kanak Mani Dixit Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You EDLI Reading Requirement Middle Grade Children s Digital LibraryGenre FictionReading Level 3 6Read From awaits a clever Nepali frog who longs to travel and see his country Not content to stay home at the pond,Bhaktaprasad bravely takes off on a journey that will scan the whole of Nepal and introduce him to many people and animals with whom he shares stories and life s lessons. Wonderful travelogue on BhaktaPrasad Bhyaguto. Totally charming jaunt through Nepal s popular regions and cultures, through the eyes of a curious and plucky amphibian Very winning, written with kids in mind ages 8 10 maybe but enjoyable for anyone. first thing first, there was a pretty big nostalgia factor in me loving this book, but that s not to say it s not a good book, which it is but sometimes stuff do get lost in translation reading the english translation after having first read the original nepali, it didn t seem to have quite the same effect the difference in age notwithstanding.also, this book needs a better copy editor.3.5 5 A fictional story of adventures of a brave frog in a travel journey which portrays a beautiful scenic descriptions of my country I know it sounds wonderful The descriptions of the beautifully shaped mountains and the various rituals and problems associated with the places mentioned in the journey along the way was wonderfully put But the adventure story was a little too unrealistic I am not saying I have problem with a talking frog who decides to travel his country because I get the frog s narration and his point of view What I personally disliked about this book was that everyone, literally everyone he meets in his journey is so positive and helpful A tigress letting a frog travel around on her back Spiritual enlightening A pilot bending all his rules to let a frog travel in his shirt pocket Yes I get that it is a fiction and probably the moral is that you need to dream big but it did make me wonder if it would have been better as a non fiction book maybe Also I was not exactly sure about the genre of this book and the target audience It feels too deep to be called a child s book and too bland to be a grown up book.