New Children’s Book about Songkran
Songkran, which is the traditional Thai new year, is just around the corner. If you are an expat family in Thailand with young children, you might like this new book called simply “Songkran!”. Aimed at children aged from 3-7 years, the book follows a young Thai boy as he celebrates Thailand’s new year. “Songkran!” is written in English by Pepa O’Donovan and illustrated by Thai cartoonist Chanin Suasungnerm. The price is 250 Baht and is being sold in Nanmee Books. There will be a book launch at Bangkok Prep on Wednesday 26th March 2014. For more information on the book launch, please call 02-260-7890.
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You can maybe find Pepa O’Donovan in Twitter @PepaoD or LinkedIn.
Hi, the book is now available to purchase electronically with lots of ideas for fun hands on activities for the children at: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/SONGKRAN-Picture-Book-4504907
Is this sold in the U.S.? I’d like to get this book to read to a preschool class.
I don’t think it is.
Hi! Where can we find this book now? Please let me know – would love to read it to my daughters class in the US!
Hi! I just came across this review now in my search for a Songkran book to use in a lesson plan here in the United States in a few weeks. If you are still in Thailand, would you happen to know of a site over there where I may inquire about purchasing this book either stateside, or by internet or Air Mail?