In the Tino, the Rhear, and the Biger the animals all decide to switch skins, resulting in fun names to sound out. This humorous short story about Animal Skins is level 2 from Pratham, suitable for emerging readers.
Sample Text from The Tino, the Rhear, and the Biger – Animal Skins
Tingu Tiger is not happy with his skin.
“It’s furry and orange with black stripes. I wish my skin was rough and grey,” says Tingu.
Tingu Tiger likes Ranga Rhino’s skin very much.
“Will you change skins with me, Ranga?” asks Tingu.
“What fun!” says Ranga. “Let’s do that!”
Tingu gives Ranga his furry skin. Ranga gives Tingu her rough skin.
“Thank you, Ranga Rhino! I really love my new skin.”
“No, no, I am Ranga Rhiger now. And you are not a tiger anymore.”
“Right, I am a tino now!” says Tingu.
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