The Warli People (Paperback)

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By Hye-Eun Shin, Su-Bi Jeong (Illustrator)
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A poetic depiction of ancient India

The Warli people, who live in ancient India, work hard throughout the year. They plant seeds in the spring so that the summer monsoons will help the plants grow, and they harvest their crops in the fall and store the food for the long winter ahead. But despite the hardships they face, they also find time to celebrate life's joyous moments.

This Trade Winds book highlights the day-to-day life in an agricultural society and offers historical information about one of the world's earliest civilizations.

About the Author

Hye-eun Shin graduated from Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul with a degree in child studies. She now works as a child psychologist and has written many books for children. Her previous books include Nine Minutes: Protecting Marine Life and The Day the Cars Went to Sleep: Reducing Greenhouse Gases (both Big and Small Publishing). Su-bi Jeong majored in industrial design in college before going on to illustrate children's books. She created the artwork for The Warli Tribe by using the ancient Warli painting technique. She lives in South Korea.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780802854766
ISBN-10: 0802854761
Publisher: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: August 28th, 2017
Pages: 36
Language: English