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I Can Help

i can helpI Can help – Learning how to help is part of growing up, big girls and boys can help their parents, but is the help always helpful? Another great level 1 creative commons book from Pratham and Storyweaver.

By: Mini Shrinivasan, Aman Randhawa

Sample Page from I Can Help:

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About the Author:

 Mini Shrinivasan a talented Author from India, His works also include ‘I Can Climb‘.

About the Illustrator:

Aman Randhawa is an Illustrator from India.

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