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The Cuckoo and the Pigeon by Ngawang Phuntsho

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The Cuckoo and the Pigeon is a collection of 35 folktales from the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. The stories take the readers into the lands of demons and monsters, fairies and magicians, of beauty and the beast, and will entertain readers of all ages with striking morals and lessons.

Product Descriptions

  • Published: 2009 
  • ISBN: 9788177697674
  • Number of Pages: 100 pages 
  • Length x Width x Height: 15cm x 10cm x 10
  • Weight: 110 grams

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 About the Author:

Ngawang Phuntsho is from a small village of Wamling in the Central Bhutan. He studied English Literature in Bhutan's premier college Sherubtse. He writes short stories and blogs regularly on social issues that confront the nation. His first book of folktales was published in Nepal. In 2012, he also published a book of contemporary short stories - Then I Saw Her Face. Today Ngawang works for an International NGO - READ Bhutan as Development Officer and lives with his wife and a two-year old-daughter in the capital city of Thimphu.

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