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Takloo the Little Salt Seller

takloo the little salt sellerTakloo the Little Salt Seller – Takloo solves his parents problem with some entrepreneurial spirit. A beautifully illustrated story with a lesson and some insight into Indian culture. This book is published and licensed by Pratham books under the Creative Commons Share Alike Attribution (CC-BY-SA) License.

By: Radhika Bapat and Poonam Athalye

 

Text and Images from Takloo the Little Salt Seller

salt seller taklooTakloo was a little boy from Anjarle, a small village in the farm far west if India.

If you went further west, you would be a fish in the ocean.

Anjarle was beautiful it has many trees.

It also had many squirrels. Squirrels love nuts and Anjarle had many nuts, even betel nuts.

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Comments 2

  • I liked this book because Takloo is very smart and is family is very nice. I would like to be smart like Takloo.

     
  • Kanika G writes:
    Very cute. The writing style is lovable and the illustrations are expressive.

    Monica writes:
    Really an awesome book. Doesn’t force values on to the children rather does it in a beautiful way!

    ajeetekbote writes:
    A very simple story told in a very simple way Liked it very much

    Kanimozhi Saravanan writes:
    Very nice Book. The story is simple and good. Illustrations are awesome.My little one loved it.

     

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