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Can You Smile When You Snore?

can you smileCan You Smile When You Snore? – A fun book with some nice sound effects and a good book for bedtime. Another great Creative Commons book from Storyweaver.

This is a Level 2 book brought to us by Pratham’s Storyweaver suited for children who can recognize common words and can read and learn new words with help.

The book has minimum amount of words along with fun and colourful pictures  that will keep young readers interested.

By: Mala Kumar Illustrators: Sonal Goyal, Sumit Sakhuja, Sumit Sakhuja

 

Sample Page from Can You Smile When You Snore?:

Beena’s friends were all sleeping. They were making a lot of noise.
Hoiinnnnkkkkhoinnnkkk, snored the pigs.
Keekkkeek, snored the mice. Ssssssss snored the hens. Do your friends snore, dear reader?

“We could not sleep all night,” said Minti Uncle.
“We could not sleep a wink,” said Kajal Aunty.
“I could not sleep at all,” said Big Bird.
“What can I do if my friends snore?” wailed Beena. What would you do, dear reader?

<End of Sample Page from Can You Smile When You Snore?>

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