Tania's Monsoon Adventure

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Tania and her friends are on the way back from a school trip. It is pouring cats and dogs
and the roads have started flooding. As the school bus crawls through a water logged street,
the engine sputters and chokes and comes to a grinding halt. The kids are stranded. What will they do? More
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About Kanika G

I started writing to entertain my daughter. I write stories with characters she can relate to. I use simple every day experiences for the plots that, though completely fictitious, could very well be true. My daughter provides constructive criticism. She is a little over 2 years old. I read the books to her and delete, shorten or rewrite the parts where she looks bored. She helps me choose pictures. She enjoys being involved and encourages me to write more. She asks for the stories to be read to her repeatedly and is a wonderful trial audience. Writing these ebooks serves as an excellent way for us to spend time together.
The books have some big words with simple meanings. They are intended to introduce children to new words.
Since my daughter Pell G helps with the editing she is officially credited in the later books in the series.

About the Series: Tania
This is a series of stories about the events, encounters and adventures in the life of a little girl named Tania. Tania is 4 years old and views the world with innocence, awe, curiosity and enthusiasm. The series also sees her slowly growing up.

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Review by: LovesToRead on Jan. 5, 2017 :
I love reading the Tania series - and why not? They are short stories about a delightful little girl, written by a mom, and best of all, the author decides to let us read them for free!

In this latest story, Tania and her friends are caught in a heavy downpour that is so typical during the monsoon season in India. The resourceful Tania has a way out and the kids spend an interesting night at Tania's aunt's home.

Very entertaining with lots of twists and turns for a children's book. Highly recommended! Looking forward to Tania's next adventure.
(review of free book)
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