The Man who Thought he was Smarter than His Wife (Marathi)
Author: Veena Seshadri
Illustrated by Grey Stroke
9788182637184 | Centre Stapled | pp. 16 | 2019 | Marathi | Pratham Books
This is a captivating, humourous folktale from Norway about a man who thought he was smarter than his wife.
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Long long ago, there lived in Norway a grumpy, grouchy farmer called Gloomy Gus. Gloomy Gus was not just a grouch—he was arrogant too, and believed he was smarter than everybody else, especially his wife. Read this captivating and humourous folktale from Norway to find out just how smart he really was!
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About the Contributors
The author is an editor and writer. Her stories have won the first prize in contests conducted by the British Council, Femina, The Hindu and Picador. She collects books, particularly dictionaries.
The illustrator is a designer who has been illustrating ever since he can remember. He is a self-taught artist with a flair for humorous illustration, whose work has won several awards. He published the children’s magazine Chatterbox with his friends for many years and was the cartoonist for the Indian Review of Books. Apart from illustrating, he also writes and makes films.
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