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Bangladesh: Books for Children -

Related categories: Childrens & Teenage Books / World - Asia /
Related booklists: Asia - Books for Children, Bangladesh,

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Books are listed in order of year of publication - newest titles are at the top. There are 3 books in this booklist

  • Cover image of book Yasmin
    Yasmin's Hammer - by Ann Malaspina, illustrated by by Doug Chayka

    £10.99   paperback   (2016) - ISBN 13: 9781620142332 | ISBN 10: 1620142333

    In the noisy streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh, another busy morning is beginning as Yasmin rides to work in her father's rattling rickshaw. Yasmin longs to go to school so she can learn to read, but her family needs the money she and her sister earn at t ... more

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  • Cover image of book The Honey Hunter by Karthika Nar and Jolle Jolivet
    The Honey Hunter - by Karthika Nar and Jolle Jolivet

    £15.00   hardback   (2016) - ISBN 13: 9783899557305 | ISBN 10: 3899557301

    The story of the honey hunter begins in Sundarban, a land of eighteen tides and six seasons, where three rivers meet in a huge mangrove forest. At first, everything is peaceful for the thousands and thousands of honeybees that live there not far from ... more

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  • Cover image of book Rickshaw Girl by Mitali Perkins and Jamie Hogan
    Rickshaw Girl - by Mitali Perkins and Jamie Hogan

    £5.99   paperback   (2008) - ISBN 13: 9781580893091 | ISBN 10: 1580893090

    Naiman loves to create the traditional alpana patterns Bangladeshi women and girls paint their homes for special occasions. Her designs are always the best in the village. �But Naima wishes she could help earn money for her family. Her friend Salee ... more

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