Hai, Kawan-Kawan! Saya Kapten Kidd, dan saya sedang mengembara di lautan luas. Saya sentiasa tertanya-tanya mengapa bot saya terapung, sedangkan harta karun saya tenggelam. Jom sertai anak kapal saya untuk mengetahui segala-galanya tentang tenggelam dan terapung!
The Wild Treehouse gang come to the rescue when Toobi's little brother, Ehvan, wanders off into the forest and makes a new friend who needs help.
This colourful sequel to The Wild Treehouse of Borneo revisits the beauty of the rainforest and celebrates the wildlife of Sabah, as well as the culture of the Kadazan-Dusun people.
We extend our warmest appreciation to the two Orang Asli storytellers who told us the stories of Bah Luj, otherwise known as Mamak Bongsu, the hero in this folktales siri. Bah Kang s/o (son of) Bah Mat is a talented Semai storyteller in his late 70s.
He told stories of Bah Luj with a cheeky sense of humour and passion. Bah Kang is a tok halaq or traditional shaman and helaer form Kampung Bukit Terang, a village located in Kampar town, in the state of Perak. Besides this, Bah Kang also has a talent for storytelling. Our second storyteller was Harun Bin Itam, a Temuan from Kampung Serigala.
The Temuans refer to the same superhero, Bah Luj, as Mamak Bongsu. Harun knew many stories about Mamak Bongsu and was happy to share some with us. His stories of Mamak Bongsu were colourful and diverse.
We extend our warmest appreciation to the two Orang Asli storytellers who told us the stories of Bah Luj, otherwise known as Mamak Bongsu, the hero in this folktales siri.
Bah Kang s/o (son of) Bah Mat is a talented Semai storyteller in his late 70s. He told stories of Bah Luj with a cheeky sense of humour and passion. Bah Kang is a tok halaq or traditional shaman and helaer form Kampung Bukit Terang, a village located in Kampar town, in the state of Perak.
Besides this, Bah Kang also has a talent for storytelling. Our second storyteller was Harun Bin Itam, a Temuan from Kampung Serigala. The Temuans refer to the same superhero, Bah Luj, as Mamak Bongsu. Harun knew many stories about Mamak Bongsu and was happy to share some with us. His stories of Mamak Bongsu were colourful and diverse.
Kami merakamkan penghargaan untuk dua tukang cerita Orang Asli yang memberitahu kami cerita-cerita Bah Luj, atau dikenali sebagai Mamak Bongsu, wira dalam cerita rakyat siri ini. Bah Kang s/o (anak) Bah Mat adalah seorang pencerita Semai berbakat yang mana berada dalam umur lewat 70.
Dia bercerita tentang Bah Luj dengan rasa nakal lucu dan semangat. Bah Kang adalah Halaq tok atau bomoh tradisional dan pengubat dari Kampung Bukit Terang, sebuah kampung yang terletak di bandar Kampar, di negeri Perak.
Di samping itu, Bah Kang juga mempunyai bakat untuk bercerita. Pencerita kedua kami adalah Harun Bin Itam, seorang Temuan dari Kampung Serigala. Temuan merujuk kepada superhero yang sama seperti Bah Luj atau Mamak Bongsu. Harun tahu banyak cerita mengenai Mamak Bongsu dan gembira untuk berkongsi beberapa dengan kami. Cerita-cerita beliau daripada Mamak Bongsu adalah berwarna-warni dan pelbagai.
Learn numbers and shapes with the different shaped teapots as well as count the cups and cakes. It's time for a tea party! Beautifully illustrated picture book by Yusof Gajah, an award-winning artist and children's book author/illustrator.
Kampung Fatimah ialah kampung terakhir yang ditelan kota. Walaupun kecil, inilah kampung yang didirikan oleh moyang Fatimah, rumahnya pula dibina daripada bahan-bahan hutan. Berhampiran dengan kampung itu ialah keramat, berserta merpati dan pokok sucinya. Di atas bukit pula secebis hutan terakhir, tempat tumbuhnya rotan manau yang besar dan harimau bersembunyi.
Selama beberapa generasi, keramat itu melindungi kampung daripada pembangunan. Semua tempat lain di desa diranapkan, tempat bersejarah dimusnahkan. Akan tetapi, Fatimah masih bertuah kerana dapat hidup di dalam rumah yang dibina moyangnya, dan dia dapat mendengar daun pisang berkibar sewaktu hujan turun di luar tingkapnya. Dia akan meneroka keramat itu, bercakap dengan burung merpati… dan masih dapat berjalan di bawah bayang-bayang pokok purba.
Selepas itu, datanglah pembangunan. Hutan ditebang, kampung dimusnahkan dan kilang yang sangat besar didirikan. Namun, ini tidak menandakan tamatnya riwayat rumah yang dibina oleh moyang Fatimah. Namun, ini bukan bererti akhirnya riwayat merpati di keramat itu, apabila sarangnya ditumbangkan… atau untuk harimau yang telah diburu, yang menghuni fikiran Fatimah buat begitu lama.
Cerita Fatimah ini ialah sebuah ibarat, buat kanak-kanak dan orang dewasa, tentang sebuah dunia yang cepat berubah. Kisahnya mengingatkan kita betapa indahnya hidup ini dan suatu peringatan betapa mandulnya fikiran kita jika kita membiarkan berlaku sedemikian.
"I love helping mother in the kitchen."
A little girl discovers different colours, sounds and smells in a busy kitchen. She delights in watching and helping her mother, and enjoying the food. Learn about spices and things that are found in the kitchen in the picture glossary in English and Bahasa Malaysia at the end of the book
Ibu Ayam berasa sedih sebab kehilangan seekor anak ayam. Mawar, si anak jelita, cuba memujuknya. Berjayakah mereka mencari anak ayam yang hilang itu?
The gambus or the lute is a traditional musical instrument played in East Malaysia. Dang Sitra was a talented lute player with a beautiful voice. One day, she was selected to represent her village in a lute playing competition. Until then, no woman had ever been selected. Dang Sitra was nervous. How would she perform in the competition? Bilingual - English and Bahasa Malaysia.
This is the story of a green turtle returning to lay her eggs on the same beach where she was born on the island of Tioman off the east coast of Malaysia. It is a beautifully written and illustrated story using the character of Puteri Tioman, a green turtle, to describe the life and dangers faced by these beautiful creatures. This is both a story and a guide book for children and adults on what they can do to help turtles.
Two men come to see Raja Solomon complaining that the adze that one of them borrowed from the other has been eaten by worms. Kancil, who was asked to judge between them, heads to the river and bathes in lime juice. When he gets out of the river, Kancil rolls around on the ground. He tells Raja Solomon that the river is on fire and because he was worried that the palace would catch fire, he rolled around the on the ground to put out the fire. They do no believe Kancil's story and then he admits that he did not believe their story either for it is impossible for an adze to be eaten by worms.
A merchant then claims that his neighbours who are orphans should pay him 1,000 gold coins. After finding out that the orphans had never eaten anything from the merchant's house, the judge Sang Kancil orders that the merchant be repaid by the sound of a gold coin dropping on the floor 1,000 times.
Sang Kancil wants to eat some fruits across the river. He comes up with an idea and calls all the crocodiles, claiming that Raja Solomon has ordered him to count the number of crocodiles in the river. kancil then jump on the backs of the crocodiles until he reaches the other side. When the crocodiles realise that it was trick by Kancil to get the fruit, they become furious and vow to eat him. After eating plenty of fruit, Kancil becomes thirsty but when he gets to the edge of river, he finds the crocodiles waiting to attack him. Kancil searches the riverbank until he finds a bamboo bush. He drinks till he is full, but a crocodile manages to bite his foot. Kancil throws down a bamboo cane claiming that this is his foot and once again escapes from the crocodiles's jaws. Tiger, however, who has been chasing Kancil and fighting with him, falls into the river and ends up being eaten by the crocodiles
The appearance of a Giant in the jungle worries the animals that live there. Elephant, Gaur, Monkey, Deer and the rest of the animals decide to meet Sang Kancil and ask his advice to deal with the problem. Kancil devises a trick using rattan, which he claims is a gift form Raja Solomon that will ease an aching body. The Giant wants to get rid of his pain, lets Kancil bind the rattan around him as tightly as he can. The Giant dies from being bound so tightly and Kancil is considered a hero, except by Tiger, who never stops wanting to get him.
In this tale, Sang Kancil tricks Tiger three times, Firstly, when Kancil claims he is standing watch over Raja Solomon's gong, which is actually a hornet's nest. When Tiger knocks the gong, he is stung by hornets. Secondly when Sang Kancil claims to be looking after Raja Solomon's flute. Tiger's tongue gets caught on bamboo when he tries to blow the flute. Thirdly, Kancil tricks Tiger when Kancil claims to be wearing a magic belt, which is in fact Pythin, who has wound himself around Kancil. Once again, Tiger is fooled by Sang Kancil.
An Old Tiger tells the animal that he wants to live with them in the jungle, where Elephant is the leader . Elephant and the other animals do not agree. Tiger then tricks them saying that he has seen two hunters wandering around their jungle. Each night that follows, Tiger asks one of the animals to stand guard with him and soon Deer, Roe and other animals are eaten by him. Elephant becomes angry and fights with Tiger but Elephant loses and its forces to give one animal a day to Tiger. When Kancil is called to help, he meets with Tiger and tells him that another tiger has come to their place. Tiger becomes angry and Kancil is made to take him to the edge of a pool in the light of the full moon. Tiger attacks his reflection in the pool and eventually sinks into the mud at the bottom.
Sang Kancil looks down on Snail, who walks very slowly. Sang Kancil and Snail agree to have a race the following week. Snail then calls his friend who live in the swamp and the river, and comes up with a plan -the snail at the fornt of the line will answer whenever Sang Kancil calls out his name. On the day of the race, Sang Kancil runs his best and when he is away from the starting line, he calls out to Snail. The Snail right at the front answers him. This continues until Sang Kancil is veri tired from running and his legs ache. In the end, Kancil admits he has lost to Snail and promises never
Sang Kancil really wants to eat venison but he is small and unable to hunt. he asks help from Tiger, telling him to play dead. When the animals arrive, Kancil then gives a signal and Tiger pounces and kills Deer. The meat is then divided into two parts and smoked. While Kancil is sleeping, his fangs must not be touched, but tiger refuses to listen. Then when Tiger falls asleep, Kancil eats up Tiger's share of the venison and replaces it with the bark of the tree.