India's Tale of the Great Flood
for children aged 5-11
The great flood myth of ancient India, in which the god Vishnu appears as a giant fish to rescue a wise king by providing a boat in which he and all the creatures of the world can shelter from the flood.
The author and artist
Emma Moore, born in Birmingham, spent several years living in Northern India, before studying Indian classical dance and Karnatic vocal music in London. She currently teaches dance and music while devoting most of her time to illustration and writing children’s books, poetry and magazine articles on Indian dance and music.
Publication Spring 2012
Price paperback £8.99
Subject Children’s fiction, age 5-11
Size 264 x 216 mm
Extent 32 pages