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Award-winnning author Dori Jones Yang talks about her new book Daughter of Xanadu and more...

Author and literacy advocate, Dashdondog Jamba provides insight into his writing and the Mongolian Mobile Library he founded more than twenty years ago.


Bolormaa Baasansuren

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Much acclaimed artists Ted and Betsy Lewin share artwork ffrom some of the stunning books they have created together.

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Bolormaa Baasansuren (Feb. 2010)
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book of the month

Retold by Dashdondog Jamba and Borolzoi Dashdondog, edited by Anne Pellowski,
Mongolian Folktales
World Folklore Series, Libraries Unlimited, 2009.

Mongolian Folktales is an anthology of more than sixty myths and stories which form part of the oral culture still very much treasured and handed on in Mongolia today...

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