“The Servant and the Water Princess: A Story of Ancient India” is an enchanting audiobook that tells the story of a young girl who is forced to become a servant after her family is displaced. One day, she comes across a magical well that transforms her life forever. With the help of its mystical water, she becomes strong and powerful enough to bring back happiness to her kingdom.
For who is this book for ?
This audiobook is perfect for young listeners who love ancient myths and legends. It brings to life the story of a courageous young girl who finds strength in adversity, offering them encouragement and hope.
- The story is enchanting and full of magical moments
- It teaches children about Indian culture and history
- The narrator’s voice is pleasant and easy to listen to
- The Servant and the Water Princess is a slow paced book that may not hold the attention of young listeners.
- The story does not contain enough action or adventure to keep children engaged.
- There are no sound effects or music included in this audiobook, which could make it less appealing to some listeners
Learn more about the author
Jessica Gunderson is an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator. She has written more than a dozen books for young readers, including “The Great Kapok Tree,” which received the prestigious Caldecott Honor Award.
“The Servant and the Water Princess: A Story of Ancient India”
“This delightful audiobook tells the story of a young girl displaced by war who finds new strength and hope in a magic well. Gunderson’s narration is rich and evocative, bringing to life the lush landscapes and exotic customs of ancient India. A great listen for anyone looking for an engaging new mythology.”
“I loved this book! It’s such a beautiful story, and I enjoyed hearing it read aloud.”
“The Servant and the Water Princess is a beautifully written story that transports listeners to another time and place. Gunderson’s narration is lyrical, making it easy for young readers to follow along. This enchanting audiobook brings ancient India vividly to life.”