This is a Pratham Level 2 book for children who recognize familiar words and can read new words with help. It is short length perfect for reading practice with early readers, or a fun
It is short length perfect for reading practice with early readers, or a fun bedtime story, total length 11 pages.
Author: Rohini Nilekani
Illustrator: Tanaya Vyas
Text and Images from Grandma’s Glasses
Nani keeps losing her glasses.
“Where did I keep them?” she always asks. Without her glasses, she cannot find her glasses.
So she needs me. To be her eyes, to find her own eyes!
Sometimes her spectacles are in the bathroom. Or on her bed. Or on her head.
“Nani, ” I say, “they are on your head!”
“Of course! How silly of me. Thank you, Richa dear, ” she says with a giggle.
This time, though, I cannot find Nani’s glasses. Not yet.
I have looked everywhere. In all the usual places. On her head, in the bathroom,
inside her cupboard, and on the puja shelf. I have looked under her favourite chair and on the dining table.
Nothing. No glasses. Where could they be ?
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