Dorji by Alex Rothman
Written by Alex Rothman
Dorji is just another ordinary Class IX boy growing up in rural Bhutan. Like many other Bhutanese boys his age he likes playing football with friends and watching action movies but is not very fond of public speaking, reading book s or thinking about where the future might take him. However the Class IX turns his life upside down and Dorji soon finds himself wanting to make changes that will take him in surprising new directions.
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The Rainbow with a Blue Hear, Monk chasing Monkey, The Successors of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel, Palang, Daphue Book, Daphue Sundry Book, The Cuckoo and the Pigeon, Whispering WIngs, Our Life Waste not Regret not, The Hero with a Thousand Eyes, Leadership of the Wise Kings, Kyetse by Chador, Miracle One Day, In Love with Butterflies and Other Stories, Deyzang by Indra K. Vishwa, Depa Bondeypa's Relatives, AKu Thongmi: A song for Bhutan Written by Jane Hancock and Janet Herman, My Green School, Dewdrops in the sun; A Treasury of Poems, Rigzang, Ei8ht Nyingtib Tshering's Amazing Journey, What is the true cause of being born handsome or beautiful, Kissing Dragon, The Rendezvous Omega, Escapades Awakenings, How Turnips Came to Haa, The Dharma King, Bumo Jarim,The Dharma King by Dr. Lauren Alderfer, Akhey Gyem: A Legend from Haa, A Little Thing Called Love, Bhutan the Roar of the Thunder Dragon, Deities, Archers and Planners in the Era of Decentralisation, Sharchop Gyalpo and Ashi Nangsa, GNH Certification, Gyalo by Lingo Jamtsho, Medical History of Bhutan, The Sky Heard The Whisper, Tales in Colors & Other Stories, Enchanted by Bhutan, Mebartsho: The Falming Lake, Tales of the Yeti, Gyal-Khab, Reflections of State, Citizen, and Citizenship Education, The Hidden Rainbow.
About the Author
Riyang Books is a small, Bhutan- based publishing house owned and operated by author, Kunzang Choden and her family. It was founded in November 2012 out of a deep love for literature and the written word as well as a desire to create a welcoming space to encourage and support creative work in Bhutan.