Farah Loves Mangos (Hardcover)

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Farah Loves Mangos (Hardcover)

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A heartwarming story about a young girl who learns to love the unexpected and appreciate her favorite mango tree.

"Full of movement, emotion, humor, and details...warm encouragement to value the natural world for more than its tangible offerings."
–Kirkus Reviews

"Lovingly illustrated and brimming with life, Farah Loves Mangos is playful, heartwarming and so beautifully moving." Steve Antony author of Mr Panda series


"An exquisitely illustrated story, told with the perfect balance of humor and warmth." Ella Bailey, creator of No Such Thing


Farah loves mangos! She could eat them all day long and she wouldn’t mind living in one either. Every summer when she visits her Grandpa they always pick the ripe fruit from his mango tree. This year, however, the tree is empty! Farah puts her mind to it and decides she will make the tree bear fruit. But perhaps Farah will learn there is more to a mango tree than just the fruit it bares?
Sarthak Sinha is an artist and educator from India. His love for nature and exploring the diversity and colors of the wild has taken him from the tropical rainforests to the high Himalayas where he makes children’s books from his tiny studio. He is cooped up in the town of Leh away from the noise of the internet and worldly order. He teaches kindergarten children and has done so happily for the last 4 years.
 
Product Details ISBN: 9781838741365
ISBN-10: 1838741364
Publisher: Flying Eye Books
Publication Date: April 4th, 2023
Pages: 40
Language: English
"Full of movement, emotion, humor, and details...warm encouragement to value the natural world for more than its tangible offerings."
–Kirkus Reviews

"Lovingly illustrated and brimming with life, Farah Loves Mangos is playful, heartwarming and so beautifully moving." 
–Steve Antony author of Mr Panda series

"An exquisitely illustrated story, told with the perfect balance of humor and warmth."
Ella Bailey, creator of No Such Thing