For Peter Moore Only - Mannar
For Peter Moore Only - Mannar
Dr Miththapala graduated from the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and obtained her MA in Biology from Smith College USA and her PhD in wildlife and range sciences from the University of Florida, USA. She has been a visiting lecturer at the Universities of Colombo and Sri Jayawardenapura and was principal of Ladies' College, Colombo 7. She is presently a consultant to the IUCN. She serves as a member of IUCNs global commission on education and communication, as well as its commission on ecosystem management.
The book provides detailed descriptions of mammals, how they feed, where they live and where they are found in Sri Lanka. It includes a list of mammals endemic to Sri Lanka and discusses the threats they are subject to and how they are protected from these threats.
This is a revised and updated edition of a 1990s original, which includes more species and rich illustrations. Scientific terms are used and explained throughout the book which will prove a valuable source of reference for children and adults.
Alex Stewart is a counselor/psychotherapist who moonlights as a DJ, playing music from around the world at clubs and parties. Having developed a personal way of telling stories without words, his art-work reflects a deep love of miniature painting and medieval European book illustration. He divides his time between the UK and Sri Lanka where he exhibits regularly.
Once upon a time, the legendary king Ravana displeased Lord Shiva who unleashed nature's fury on the land of Lanka. To save his land and people, this resourceful king hit upon an ingenious solution. If you have read How the Squirrel got his Stripes, it is time to add to your collection. Immerse yourself in legend and be captivated by the illustrations of this book that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.
Compiled and edited by Ameena Hussein, these stories are authored by: Afdhel Aziz, Anthea Senaratna, Kanthi Goonawardane, Nisreen Jafferjee, Manoshi de Silva, Ruveka Attygalle, Sanjaya Senanayake and Samia Cader
The sequel to Milk Rice
A bear with a frightening name, a cat who is a dictator, a water drop that travels the world and a mynah with a wonderful gift...
In the second collection of MILK RICE, we bring you a rich and varied selection of eight wonderfully entertaining stories with illustrations and a marvelous mix of fantasy and imagination. This volume is a real treasure trove of words and stories which amuse and entertain as they immerse children in the world of books. Every tale brings laughter or tears and has a special message about growing up. Perfect for reading alone or aloud and for dipping into time and time again.
Compiled and edited by Ameena Hussein, these stories are authored by: Afdhel Aziz, Nanda Wanasundera, Sanjaya Senanayake, Mary Anne Mohanraj, Asgar Hussein, Pia Sonderegger, Ameena Hussein, Alexandra Harris and Devika Brendon.
Uh-oh, here comes trouble in all its shapes and forms.
First, there is the scarecrow who wants to see the world and finds more than he bargained for. Then, there is Frederico who is crazy about cricket but has a small problem to solve before he can play. What about Minnie who dreams of being a spy? And I can't even tell you enough about the blue stone should you find it, or the Blink Fairy or the Chena Cultivator. Oh dear! Don't get me started.
Approved by the Ministry of Education