|Source||Pratham Books - StoryWeaver|
|Language||English ♦ Hindi|
|Learning Resource Type||Story|
|The Jackal’s Loss/सियार की हार|
|What should Soma grow?/सोमा क्या बोये?|
|The Rabbit’s Long Ears/खरगोश के लम्बे कान|
|You Can't Find Me! / मुझे खोज कर दिखाओ!|
|The Clever Chicken/चतुर चूज़ा|
|Doong Doong, Dum Dum/डुंग डुंग, डम डम|
|The Fox and the Lump of Clay/लोमड़ी और मिट्टी का ढेला|
|The Catty Ratty Tale/बिल्लियों की दावत|
|Where Am I? / मुझे खोजो तो जानें|
|Are You a Fish?/तुम मछली ही हो?|
|The Elephants Who Liked to Dance/नाच उठे हाथी|
|Pishi and Me / पिशी और मैं|
|Under My Bed / मेरे पलंग के नीचे|
|The Seventh Sun: A Tribal Tale From Odisha / सातवाँ सूरज : एक ओड़िया लोककथा|
|What Will Happen?/क्या होगा?|
|Gurru and Peechu's Day Out / गर्रू और पीचू की छुट्टी का दिन|
|Where Do My Thoughts Go?/विचार कहाँ जाते हैं?|
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