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The energy and complexity of this melting pot of religions, languages, politics, and geographies have given rise to ancient epic poems, traditional fables, humorous tales, and fantastic new adventures. We hope these stories transport you to new experiences and pique your curiosity about this extraordinary country and the people who inhabit it. Kids will love seeing the unexpected consequences when Ganesha eats too much candy and is inspired to write the epic poem of the Kurukshetra War. Indian author Kashmira Sheth perfectly captures sibling relationships in this amusing story of the lengths one boy will go to in order to get his sister to pay attention to him. And yes, it involves some soup and a very big tiger. Kashmira Sheth does it again, but this time with a tender story about a boy, his grandfather, and a day spent outside during a monsoon. Get lost in the gorgeous watercolor illustrations and the wonder of a rainy afternoon.
It is the story of a convict who escapes Australia and finds himself in India. A true inspiration and a poignant portrait of the City of Dreams.
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Make Your Own List. Guidebooks look pretty superfluous at this point.
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