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An Elephant in my Backyard - by Shobha
Maya’s family refuses to believe that she has an elephant in her backyard. But the elephant is not hers and he needs to return home! Shobha Viswanath’s simple, delightful story is illustrated gorgeously in watercolours by Sadhvi Jawa.
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