The Mango Tree and Other Stories

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
The Mango Tree and Other Stories is a collection of children's stories that emphasizes life lessons and morals. More
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Words: 3,920
Language: Canadian English
ISBN: 9780988122499
About Rachna Srivastava

Rachna Srivastava is an author of children's books. She strives to convey everyday morals and sensitivities in young minds. Her stories use simple characters and sometimes animals as characters to allow children to imbibe the values from the stories easily. She enjoys watching cartoons movies, reading and writing children’s books. To know about other books from the author and to access free e-books and stories,

visit her website: http://rachnasrivastava.com

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Reviews

Review by: Harry Kay on Jan. 13, 2014 :
I think it would be difficult for children to wait so long especially when the prize at the end wasn't everlasting. Nice story.
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Review by: tony parsons on Jan. 10, 2014 : (no rating)
The Mango Tree
Andy’s parents decided to make a visit to his uncle & Ryan in FL. Ryan had planted a Mango seed in the backyard. A few yrs. later Andy’s family visited again. The Mango tree had melons on it.
The moral to this story is?
The Mathematics Contest
Tina shared with her mom/dad the test she had taken in school. Tina mathematics test she did not want to share the results with them. She loved flowers. Jenny was her BFF. Ms. Laura the mathematics teacher informed the class they were going to have a quiz & the grand prize for the best grand is a bicycle.
What is the moral to this story?
3 more:
Innocence
Change is Life
Better Late than Never
Awesome pictures. A delightful set of short stories (book) any older age child would enjoy reading, I did.
Very easy for me to rate the short story (book) 5 stars.
Thank you for the free book (short story)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
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Review by: Peter Stephan on Jan. 03, 2014 :
I have no children of my own but I have 6 nieces and 7 nephews all under the age of 10. I thought these stories were good but the last was a little scarey. I'll try it out on them tomorrow.
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Review by: Michael Arnold on Jan. 03, 2014 :
This is one of the four books I read today. One thing that is evident is this writer loves plants and trees. Over all these short stories were good and it tells a lesson but what I like about the lesson is that they are positive, good book.
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