The Ramayana from a Woman's Point of View!

Wednesday, July 27, 2011



The Ramayana was required reading in my all-girls high school and I quite like the idea of a new generation of students studying the great Indian epic using this graphic novel retelling from Sita's point of view.

Sita's Ramayana by Samhita Arni and Moyna Chitrakar (Tara Books, 2011)

4 comments:

Christina Farley said...

I absolutely adore your blog. I don't know why I've never seen it before.

Tarie said...

*blush* Thank you!

I hope this means you'll be joining the party celebrating Asian children's and YA books from around the world, heeheehee. =D

Debbie said...

Tarie. Thanks so much for your support of my INDIE award winning book, "Red, White and Blue." I realize that it's quite outside the realm of your expertise and passion.... but a lover of the book, is a lover of the book.

Love the graphic, bold and amazing 'look' of your blog!

Awesome. Ever onward!!

Tarie said...

No problem, Debbie. I am a lover of all quality kidlit and YA lit! :o)

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