Illustrated by: Emily Pierce
Number of pages: 9
Recommended ages: 5 and up
Book description: A sage and his wife prayed for a daughter, when one day an eagle flew over and dropped a mouse in the sage’s hand. He had an epiphany and decided to convert the mouse to the daughter they’d dreamed of. When time comes for marriage, the sage tries to give his daughter’s hand to various Gods – the Sun God, the Lord of Clouds, the Lord of Winds and the Mountain King. Read on to find out what finally happens to this beautiful girl.
The Sage’s Daughter is a retelling of a Panchatantra tale, a world famous classic filled with wisdom, morals and maxims. The story is written in a delightfully engaging tone and with beautiful illustrations, sure to stimulate your child’s thought process and learning.
What does this book convey?
- Be yourself – don’t try to be someone else