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Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby indira@28 » Tue Jan 24, 2012 9:57 am

It’s a time for all the mothers to narrate the stories to their growing Kid. Now a day in a busy schedule parents are not able to give the attention to their kids as required. But it is very important to tell your kids the short stories, inspirational fairytales. To give kids a moral education you have to encourage them reading and make learning from these books that keeps the kids interested to keep reading.
Here we would like to help you with the list of few the Kids story Book

1. Chandamama
2. Balamangala
3. Kannada Panchatantra
4. Amar Chitra Kategalu
5. Ammupapa

These books are really wonderful. Buy the Kannada story books from the stores or from library and let your kid read the same.
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby Drak » Wed Jan 25, 2012 12:47 am

Are kids still reading printed books? I thought this education system with the cheap tablet PC's are making kids forget how a paper book feels like. :evil:
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby indira@28 » Thu Jan 26, 2012 7:30 pm

This is like which all facilities you provide your kids. If you give books they will read books if you give them a system they will play with that. you can try it for your kids..its really interesting :P
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby shreeram pandit » Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:00 am

Drak wrote:Are kids still reading printed books? I thought this education system with the cheap tablet PC's are making kids forget how a paper book feels like. :evil:
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby Bulbul » Sat Apr 21, 2012 11:48 pm

Can you tell where to find chandamama storybook in kannada for download? preferably pdf ebook format, if possible. thank u
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby Guest » Tue May 22, 2012 3:27 am

Hi, I have a small company that sells all Kannada childrens books ans magazines in different districts. Can you guide me how to start the business online so that the people who are looking for the kids magazines can place an order via this forum and I can deliver the magazine by post? I would be thankful for any help in this regard.
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby Aannandi » Mon Jun 18, 2012 1:06 am

Hi, I handle a webdesign company in mysore. If you are interested we can help you build the online infrastructure for your storybook business. Don't worry, our prices will be lower than what you enquire anywhere in bangalore. And we do provide personal, high quality service.

Do let's know once you have finalized your business strategy, e.g. the stock and delivery, payment processing etc. Let's talk offline than spoiling this good discussion about Kannada Kids story books. :)
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby vvinuta » Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:01 pm

Drak wrote:Are kids still reading printed books? I thought this education system with the cheap tablet PC's are making kids forget how a paper book feels like. :evil:
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby vinuta » Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:03 pm

Drak wrote:Are kids still reading printed books? I thought this education system with the cheap tablet PC's are making kids forget how a paper book feels like. :evil:
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Re: Kannada - Kids story Book

Postby manju » Sun Sep 02, 2012 2:38 am

indira@28 wrote:It’s a time for all the mothers to narrate the stories to their growing Kid. Now a day in a busy schedule parents are not able to give the attention to their kids as required. But it is very important to tell your kids the short stories, inspirational fairytales. To give kids a moral education you have to encourage them reading and make learning from these books that keeps the kids interested to keep reading.
Here we would like to help you with the list of few the Kids story Book

1. Chandamama
2. Balamangala
3. Kannada Panchatantra
4. Amar Chitra Kategalu
5. Ammupapa

These books are really wonderful. Buy the Kannada story books from the stores or from library and let your kid read the same.
manju
 

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Postby Sophie » Wed Oct 09, 2013 1:34 am

I bought the eitnre collection of books for my kids, and also for my nephews who live in California. The kids' ages range from 4-10 yrs. old, and all of them enjoy the books. My kids find the books to be funny and fun to read. My husband and I appreciate the creative way that the books reinforce the Armenian language and culture to our kids. Great initiative by the author to capture in story-form what we as Armenian parents have experienced during our youth. As more and more generations of American-Armenians grow farther away from our foreign-born parents' customs and rituals, these books allow us to bring the concepts back and share the funny anecdotes with our children so that they can continue to exist in their repetoire of the Armenian culture.
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Postby Sinepa » Thu Oct 10, 2013 2:07 am

There is something for<a href="http://umaxxzvgu.com"> ernyvoee</a> in this collection. English and Armenian speaking kids alike can enjoy these classic stories with a comical twist. The books in Armenian are an excellent read for kids in Armenian School programs. The illustrations are engaging and since the stories are familiar, our kids are more eager to read these in Armenian and reinforce their Armenian speaking and reading skills.
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Postby Sasa » Sun Oct 13, 2013 1:58 am

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