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Smile Please

smile pleaseSmile Please – An endearing short tale about a little fawn running too fast. A great story for very young children, and the simple repetitive text is suitable for those learning to read. Another beautiful creative commons book from StoryWeaver and Pratham.

By: Sanjiv Jaiswal ‘Sanjay’, Ajit Narayan, Manisha Chaudhry

 

Text and Images from Smile Please

Smile PleaseA fawn was racing in the forest.

Smile PleaseHe was ahead of the rabbit.

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Comments 4

  • Only down side is that you don’t have hard copies of the books.

     
    • Hi, we have some – but they weren’t clicked on or purchased a lot, if you want a hardcopy let me know, I can try to get one for any books on the site. But if you mean free, then yes, I am working on it! I’d like to think we might be able to do this soon, keep an eye on our blog for notice about what our plans are to get FKB to the point we can donate hardcopy books to those in need too. Lots of schools in poorer communities don’t have internet access and this is a long term goal of mine.

       
  • realy interisting

     
  • oluwadarasimi adeyeri writes:
    it was interesting

    Rong Lyu writes:
    The fawn runs fast, he races ahead of many animals. He falls down and cries. His mom comforts him and he smiles.

     

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