The Colorful Kingdom: Armenian Children's and Juvenile Literature

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The Colorful Kingdom: Armenian Children's and Juvenile Literature

The Colorful Kingdom: Armenian Children's and Juvenile Literature

Author: Mkrtich Armen

People of Katpis keep the existence of the Colorful Kingdom secret from their children and they vigilantly guard the daily counting of fish-head calendar. However, inspired by stories told by Kharuna–an old woman, children lead by Ile Trapna start off a journey to find and see the enchanting realm of joyful colors and flavors.
Overcoming the deathly risk of freezing or getting lost they come across the walls of Unmelting House in the middle of the night…

Mekertitch Harutyunyan known by pen name Mkrtich Armen (December 27, 1906 in Gyumri - December 22, 1972 in Yerevan) was an Armenian writer.

He was born in Alexandropol (modern-day Gyumri) to a family of artisans, and studied at the Institute of Cinematography in Moscow.

He wrote novels and short stories that made him famous in his native Armenia and in the wider Soviet Union. His magnum opus is the 1935 novel Heghnar aghbyur (The Fountain of Heghnar), which was later made into a film.[citation needed] He fell out of favour with the authorities, was deported to Siberia, and later released.[when?] He published an account of camp life in 1964 and died eight years later in Yerevan
Author(s) Mkrtich Armen
Illustrator(s) Naira Muradyan
Language(s) Armenian
Publisher(s) Zangak
Year 2016
Pages 216
Binding paperback
Size 14.5 x 21 cm
ISBN 9789939684802

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