4 edition of Taking too long to die & other Indian stories found in the catalog.
Taking too long to die & other Indian stories
|Statement||by Vera Sharma.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||93|
|ISBN 10||8175957581, 817595759X|
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Featuring old stories of trickery and cunning, fable-like tales of animals, and inspiring stories of the battles and feats of different Hindu gods. Ages 4+/5(30). BOOK EXCERPT Not the short story: Did you know of India’s treasure chest of long stories.
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