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The Umbrella Thief [PDF / EPUB] The Umbrella Thief When each of the umbrellas he brings back to his village disappears, Kiri Mama devises a plan to track down the thief When each of the umbrellas he brings back to his village disappears, Kiri Mama devises a plan to track down the thief.


About the Author: Sybil Wettasinghe

Kala Keerthi Sybil Wettasinghe is a veteran children s book writer and an illustrator in Sri Lanka Her books have been translated into several languagesWettasighe applied herself to writing as well as illustrating and proceeded to produce over children s books over the course The Umbrella Kindle - of her career Most of her books have been translated in to languages such as Japanese, Chinese, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English, Korean, Dutch and TamilWettasinghe has won much international acclaim and her children s stories secured awards both in Europe and Asia For The Wesak Lantern State Literary Award for best English Children s book in year For The Child in Me The Gratiaen Prize for most Creative English book in year Prize for illustrations of Deeptha Lama Maga , awarded by prestigious Biannale of Illustrations in Bratislava BIBState Literary Award for Magul Gedara Bath Natho book in year Best Children s Picture Book award for The Umbrella Thief by Ministry of Cultural Affairs of Japan, in year Most popular Children s Book award by Tokyo Children s Library, in year Award for Illustrations of the Sinhala Children s Bible Deeptha Lama Maga in year , presented by Biannale of Illustrations BratislavaBest Juvenile Children s Book Award for Meti Gedara Lamay by Arts Council of Sri Lanka in year Best English Children s Book award for Wooley Ball by Arts Council of Sri Lanka in year Gratiaen Prize for best English Children s Book for The Child in Me in year Hoity the Fox By the Ministry of Culture and Social Welfare Japan, in year Vishwa Prasadini Award for Art and Children s Literature presented by the st Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Hon Sirimavo Bandaranayaka, in year Award of Rohana Pradeepa from the University of Ruhuna in year Galu Pahansilu from the Young Men s Buddhist Association Galle, in year Kala Keerthi award presented by the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, in year Solis Mendis Award in year For Dura Gamanak The State literary awardsNikkei Asia Prize for Culture for .



10 thoughts on “The Umbrella Thief

  1. says:

    This book is about a man who lives in a small village in Sri Lanka He goes to town for the first time in his life, and encounters people carrying huge flower shaped objects called umbrellas In his village, the people use giant leaves or blankets to cover themselves when it rains, so he is interested in this new object He picks one out to take back to his village, but it disappears when stops for coffee in the village The man goes back to town to buy another umbrella, and this one too disappe This book is about a man who lives in a small village in Sri Lanka He goes to town for the first time in his life, and encounters people carrying huge flower shaped objects called umbrellas In his village, the people use giant leaves or blankets to cover themselves when it rains, so he is interested in this new object He picks one out to take back to his village, but it disappears when stops for coffee in the village The man goes back to town to buy another umbrella, and this one too disappears This cycle continues, until he decides the catch the thief in action He follows a trail and finds all of the umbrellas he had bought He has so many, that he decided to open an umbrella shop, but he leaves one for the umbrella thief The man is very happy because everyone in the village gets to experience the beautiful umbrellas, and all of them together look like a lovely bunch of flowers At the end, he finds the umbrella he left for the thief which was a friendly monkey hiding in a tree This book could be used to teach children about villages and different cultures around the world Additionally, instructors could point out that sometimes things we aren t initially happy about can turn into fun experiences


  2. says:

    good story book


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