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What Shall I Wear Today

By: Natasha Sharma, Tanvi Choudhury

Sample Page From What Shall I Wear Today:

Do you get the feeling sometimes that none of your clothes are just right? I do!

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About the Author: 

Natasha Sharma From India is an Author for Goodreads. Her Genre is Childrens Books and has published a lot of books. Including ‘Icky, Yuck, Mucky!’, ‘What Shall I Wear Today’, and ‘Kaka and Munni’.

About the Illustrator:  

Tanvi Choudhury a talented female Illustrator from Mumbai, India.

About Pratham Books

Pratham Books goes digital, FKB  is helping with their aim to get a book in every child’s hand!

Storyweaver, their digital platform is provided to weave a whole new chapter in the realm of multilingual children’s stories. Knitting together children, authors, illustrators and publishers. Folding in teachers, and translators. Creating a rich fabric of openly licensed multilingual stories for the children of India and the world. Their unique online platform, StoryWeaver, is a playground where children, parents, teachers and librarians can get creative, using the resources to make your own unique books online.

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