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The Unfortunate Tale of Kachuva the Tortoise: As Told By Chukwa Sulcata…

by Reshma Sapre

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-This beautifully illustrated, hand-drawn children's book, breathes new life into the old classic story about the talkative tortoise -This is the third title in Hathi Chiti's Tales of India Series When old Chukwa Sulcata gathers the village children to tell a story, they all come running to hear from the oldest tortoise in the village. He knows things that even their grandparents are too young remember, like the tale of poor unfortunate Kachuva. Join the children of the old tortoise village up in the foothills of the Himalayas as they settle in to learn an important lesson about tolerance, friendship, and what terrible things can happen if you let your anger get the better of you.

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