Rudīte Raudupe (1940) is a Latvian author of religious and philosophical literature and also a management consulting specialist working in the United States of America. In one of her well-known books Cognition of God in Veda and Latvian Dainas Raudupe looks at similarities between the two writings, concluding that both connect spirituality, nature and science. She is also the author of children’s book Mincy Brincy that was recently translated into Estonian language.
Mincis Brincis [Mincy Brincy]. Riga: Madris, 2016.
Labi ļaudis [Good People]. Riga: Madris, 2005.
Dievatziņa vēdās un dainās [Cognition of God in Veda and Dainas]. Riga: Madris, 2002.
Pašatklāsme [Self-discovery]. Riga: Latvijas Viedas sadraudzība, 2000.
Audio conversation with Rudīte Raudupe and fragment reading of Mincy Brincy // Latvijas Sabiedriskie Mediji, 2016 [LV]Reviews
Mincy Brincy in Estonian // Apollo.ee [ET]
Kiska-Miska (Mincis Brincis)
Title*: Mincis Brincis
The author, the illustrator;
Mincy Brincy is a cat who loves collecting things in his bag as he walks along the road, but soon finds that there is a serious downside to collecting rocks, birds' eggs and chestnuts.