Illustrated by: Neeti and Swati Raman
Number of pages: 13
Recommended ages: 3 and up
Book description: A beautiful story illustrating the power of using your brain. A herd of elephants go in search of water and finally discover a lake, one that is inhabited by a community of rabbits.
“The rabbits had a kingdom surrounding this lake,
As the elephants walked, many lives they did take
They trampled many rabbits near the water so lush,
Under their feet, several rabbits were crushed”
Most rabbits fear the mighty elephants except for one brave rabbit. Read on to see how the brave little rabbit convinces the elephants to leave their kingdom. This story holds messages about bravery, intelligence and leadership.
The Moon Lake is a retelling of a classic Panchatantra tale, 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 bold and courageous
- Take charge and lead
- Don’t be afraid to face something/someone bigger than you
- “The power of your brain can conquer anything”