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Dave has a monster in his basement and the monster wants him to come for dinner. Is dinner to be had or is he to be had for dinner? Find out why Dave is going to shake shake shake shake shake a little bit. And see the surprise ending to this melodic tale. The book …

 
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Druvi needs an umbrella to protect her wings from the rain. Join the dragonfly as she searches for the perfect leaf-umbrella. Sample Text from An Umbrella for Druvi Druvi the dragonfly has just learnt to fly. She flies near the pond with her friends. They tease the frogs and eat mosquitoes for lunch. In the …

 
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A bird is trying to build her nest for the winter, but every time she finishes she is disturbed. Until one day she finds a very inventive solution to her problem. Sample Text from A Special Nest Inventive solution to a problem Winter is approaching. A bird decides to build a nest. She gathers little …

 
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A little girl looks for her frog, Sundari, on each page you can try to find Sundari where he is hiding. A fun finding game for young children. Sample Text from Have You Seen Sundari? – A finding game Have you seen Sundari? Sundari is green and loves to hide. Is Sundari hiding among the …

 
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Coral loves exploring the river. She wonders if it can take her to the ocean. Then one day she saves a rainbow fish and goes on an adventure. Is it real or all a dream? Will she ever see the rainbow fish again? Sample Text from The Ocean Dream Coral loves to explore her river. …

 
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Treasure in the Trunk – The story of a  brother and sister who plan to play outside, but first, they must do their chores. By the time they are done, it has started to rain! As they read and watch TV, lightning strikes and the lights go out! Armed with a flashlight, they decide to …

 
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In Two Mice a little brown mouse encounters a computer mouse and challenges his new friend to find out what can a real mouse do and each time his new friend matches the challenge and betters. Sample Text from Two Mice One day, a little mouse climbed onto the table to explore. “Oooh, yum! This …

 
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In Tiger, Tiger, Where Are You, we track a tiger by the different marks it leaves. A tiger researcher is out looking for tiger hair and poop as part of his study. He finds plenty of signs of the tiger, but where is the big cat? After all, there are so many ways to see …

 
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In Tell Me Now! – ‘Good For You’ the story tells us what is ‘good for you’ and ‘not good for you’. This is a level 1 book for children just beginning their reading journey. Author: Madhav Chavan, Illustrator: Rijuta Ghate Sample Text From Tell Me Now! – ‘Good For You’ Why should I go …

 
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Reba badly wants ice cream, but her mum tells her to finish her homework first. She needs a new notepad and her mum sends her to the shop. The shop keeper gives her too much change. What does she do? Wind out in this short story about being honest. Sample Text from Reba Wants Ice …

 
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In New Pussy Cat a family is looking for a new cat, one is too big, one is too small, one is too fast. Then they find one which is just right. This book can be coloured in too. Author: Ritah Katetemera, Illustrator: Marion Drew   Sample Text from New Pussy Cat – Looking for …

 
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In Friends Simo has four friends and they each like to do different things, what does Simo do? This short text has lots of repetition making it a nice early reader too. This is a level 1 book with simple text and lots of pictures to help children in their reading journey. Sample Text from …

 
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Irku’s First Day Of School follows through all the activities of a day at school and Irku’s excitement at the new experiences. The book is a wordless book for children to create there own words to the pictures.         Sample images from Irku’s First Day of School <End of sample> Read the …

 
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In Tall or Short the main character compares himself to members of his family and indicates whether they are taller or shorter. This book has lots of repitition making it a good choice for early readers. Sample Text from Tall or Short Pa is getting my hat. Pa is tall. Ma is getting my shirt. …

 
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In My Brother and Me children can fill in the missing word in this short book about two brothers and what they do each day. Sample text from My Brother and Me This is Samir. He is in class four. This is me. I am in class one. Every morning we get ready for school. …

 
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Gappu can’t dance or can she? Everyone in Class 1A knows Gappu can’t dance. When the students raise their left hand, she raises her right! Can Komal Ma’am get Gappu to dance? A story about the joy of dancing, using the concept of opposites. Sample Text from Gappy Can’t Dance Komal Ma’am is showing 1A …

 
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ABCD – A Nature Alphabet Book features the uppercase letters of the alphabet each with an element from nature, the book contains simple words with pictures so children can learn the letters. This book was brought to us by Pratham and their Storyweaver platform. See more books from Pratham below:  

 
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In Tig’s World Tig asks her mom who is a scientist and her dad who is a writer what happens to the people on the bottom side of the earth and why they don’t fall off. Whose answer is right? Author: Sam Wilson, Illustrator: Dorian Dutrieux     Sample Text from Tig’s World Tig’s mom …

 
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Bunty and Bubbly – Bunty loves playing and getting messy, but she does not like soap. She refuses to clean up. Then one night she has a dream. By: Sorit Gupto Text from Bunty and Bubbly Bunty loves to play with butterflies. …and with birds. She loves to play with paper boats. She also likes …

 
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Curious but forgetful monster Nikeriff is anxious to remember his alphabet, and heads into the woods for a scavenger hunt. As he sneaks and climbs, he grabs and lassoes anything he can find from A to Z and puts them into his overstuffed wriggly sac. In the end, they bite, claw and chew their way out, …

 
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