Sang Kancil and the Tiger

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Retold by Rahimidin Zahari
Illustrated by Jaafar Taib
Translated by Linda Tan and Peter Duke

2015. ITBM.
Full coloured illustration.
Softcover, 30.5cm x 21.5cm, 50 pages
ISBN 9789674600419

RM15.00

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.

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 30.5 × 21.5 × 0.4 cm