The Boy Who Flew and Other Tales of India for Children
By Shahzad Rizvi
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Published: March 27, 2011
Words: 15,607 (approximate)
Vivid tales of enchantment set in India. Can a cobra be a sorceress? What would it be like to fly, exhilarating or terrifying? Talking animals, transformations, maharajahs, and palaces. Illustrated with beautiful watercolors by Laurie McLaughlin Ward.
Five fairy tales of India for children. A boy who dreamed of flying gets his wish in a most astonishing way. A child lost in an earthquake turns up in a jungle Eden. When a boy befriends a crocodile, the two overcome their neighbors' dread with an act of heroism. An orphan boy weds a princess with the help of a snake goddess. A talking dog guides his starving master to wealth and fame. Illustrated with watercolors by Laurie McLaughlin Ward.
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