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Brave Rima – Lost at the Fair

lost at the fairWhen Brave Rima gets lost at the fair she doesn’t panic, she looks for Uncle everywhere until finally, she finds another little boy lost and then she knows what to do.

Author: Rakibul Islam, Illustrator: Shamim Ahmed

 

 

 

Sample Text from Brave Rima – Lost at the Fair

Rima went to the fair with her uncle. It was a Boishakhi fair! So many colours everywhere. Red, white, and all the others. Uncle especially loved red.

There were so many shops! And so many things to buy!

Rima looked at everything in wonder.

Suddenly… she didn’t see her uncle.
Where did Uncle go?

lost at the fair

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