The Bird's Relative - El pariente del pájaro: English-Spanish Edition By Idries Shah, Tanja Stevanovic (Illustrator) Cover Image

The Bird's Relative - El pariente del pájaro: English-Spanish Edition (Paperback)

By Idries Shah, Tanja Stevanovic (Illustrator)
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(Bilingual English-Spanish edition / Edici n biling e ingl s-espa ol) A wealthy merchant's prize possession is a beautiful bird. Believing that he loves the exotic creature too much to set it free, the merchant discovers that animals are sometimes better at learning by example than humans. This is one of a series of illustrated books for the young written by the Afghan philosopher and educator Idries Shah, whose collections of narratives and teaching stories have captivated the hearts and minds of people from all walks of life. It belongs to a rich storytelling tradition from Afghanistan, Central Asia and the Middle East that is more than 1,000 years old. These tales are more than entertaining; they are designed specifically to foster thinking skills and perception. They suggest in their structure and in the movement of their characters ways of looking at difficulties that can help solve them. Children will learn that it is good to observe others in order to learn, and that sometimes the actions of others are not all that they first seem to be.

La posesi n m's preciada de un rico comerciante es un p jaro hermoso. Cree que ama a su ex tica criatura demasiado como para liberarla, pero pronto este comerciante descubre que los animales a veces aprenden mejor que los humanos de los ejemplos. Esta historia es parte de una serie de libros ilustrados para ni os, escritos por el fil sofo y educador afgano Idries Shah, cuyas colecciones de narraciones y cuentos did cticos han cautivado los corazones y las mentes de personas de todos los mbitos de la vida. Pertenece a una rica tradici n narrativa de Afganist n, Asia Central y Oriente Medio de m's de 1.000 a os. Estas historias no solo son entretenidas: est n dise adas espec ficamente para fomentar las habilidades del pensamiento y la percepci n. Sugieren, a trav's de su estructura y del movimiento de sus personajes, formas de mirar las dificultades de manera que puedan ayudar a resolverlas. Los ni os aprender n que es bueno observar a los dem's para aprender, y que a veces las acciones de los otros no son todo lo que aparentan ser.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781953292469
ISBN-10: 1953292461
Publisher: Hoopoe Books
Publication Date: June 22nd, 2022
Pages: 42
Language: English