Gurmeet Kaur publishes audio stories in Punjabi
Longtime Atlanta resident Gurmeet Kaur, author of Fascinating Folktales of Punjab books, is now providing audio books for children. These stories in Ma-Boli Punjabi get the chidren’s imaginations going, while teaching language skills and good values in an entertaining and engaging way. The audio versions are free for everyone to listen, download, or share.
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About Gurmeet Kaur
"My name is Gurmeet Kaur and I am a mother of two. My quest for high quality Punjabi language books for my children began many years ago when my first child was born. I searched for many years but did not find illustrated Punjabi folktales suitable for reading to young ones. So when my daughter turned one, in 2011, I decided to create them myself. After three full years' worth of work, my illustrator, Susanna Dong and I bring to you these five titles in first ever Punjabi/English boardbooks that will delight young and old and bring many generations closer together and to the magical land of Punjab. Please enjoy and share your experiences with us.
See more at: http://folktalesofpunjab.com/
Updates: March 2016 - I am delighted to introduce three new hardcover books that are geared towards children 5-10 years old. Sikhchic.com calls our series '...a strain parallel to that of Aesop and the Brothers Grimm.' and 'it is about time that we gave new life to modern Punjabi by making sure that our children, and their children in turn, inherit the legacy and build on it. Gurmeet Kaur has done yeoman service in this regard.'"
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