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A long time ago in India, a boy was born. He didn't look like any ordinary baby as he had bright blue skin and a birthmark near his shoulder that looked just like a flower. He was beautiful. His parents named him Krishna.In this modern retelling of a beloved Hindu folktale, writer and illustrator Mahendra Singh brings a delightful story of a mother's unconditional love to sumptuous full-color pages. Young Krishna is bored with village life and amuses himself with pranks and games. His neighbors don't appreciate his self-absorbed frolics that wreak havoc on the village. As Krishna grows, he realizes that even a young god should listen to his parents.Readers of all ages will find reassurance in this charming story about unwavering parental love for the naughtiest of children. Singh's illustrations are lush with detail and resplendent with bright pastel colors.
About the Author
Mahendra Singh is an artist and illustrator. His projects include illustrating the Melville House edition of The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carroll and contributions to Encyclopaedia of Hell I and II by Martin Olson published by Feral House.