The Warli People

The Warli People

by "Hye-Eun Shin;
Joy Cowley (Translator)"

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.


Ages: 6-10
Illustrated by: Su-Bi Jeong
ISBN: 9780802854766
Price: $10.00
Published by: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers

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