The Monkey BridgeBy
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By Rafe Martin, Illustrated by Famimeh Amiri
A bridge of monkeys – how could that be?
In this retelling of a Buddhist Jataka tale, you follow the story of a group of monkeys and their wise king. They live in a secret location near a tree that bears the most beautiful and wonderous fruit. One day a human king finds out about this tree and it’s possible that the monkeys may not only lose their own tree, but their very lives! How does their wise monkey king overcome these difficulties and save the day?
What are Jataka tales? Author; Rafe Martin, shares a forward to the book that explains the history of jataka tales – some 500 or so stories about past lives of the Buddha, meant to inspire, encourage and teach. This retelling of one of those tales is a beautifully illustrated book that also teaches a marvelous lesson about finding positive solutions to troubling problems and what it means to be an inspiring leader.