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    The Dwarf, the Girl and the Holy Goat by: Cordis Paldano

    A poor girl, a kind dwarf and a beloved goat – not to forget a gangster politician – meet in an action-packed tale of friendship and courage
    Charlie the dwarf stops to console a girl crying by the roadside – and from there begins a friendship and an adventure like no other.
    Together, Charlie and the girl, Inaya, set out to save both her mother, who is in the hospital, and her beloved goat, Munni, who is in the clutches of the evil politician, Pencil. The goat is holy, but Pencil’s intentions are definitely not.
    Will Inaya and Charlie be able to rescue Munni before her death is blamed on the innocent residents of Moon Colony where Inaya lives? Will she be able to find the money to pay the hospital bills? Will they be able to stay friends despite the odds they have to beat?
    Join Charlie and Inaya on a mazy, dizzy story-sprint as they chase a difficult (and a little dangerous) goal!

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    Jwala Kumar and the Gift of Fire: Adventures in Champakbagh by: Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar

    About: Is Jwala Kumar a bird? A bat? A chameleon? Or is he something no one has ever seen before? And did he really just fall out of the sky into Champakbagh? Mohan Chandar lives with his wife and three children in the tiny and remote village of Champakbagh. One day, he rescues a strange creature from the storm that is raging outside. When he brings the creature home, the family is astonished. What sort of animal is this? Is he friendly? What does he eat? Where will he sleep? They name him Jwala Kumar, and as the days go by, they discover that Jwala Kumar is no ordinary animal. He has special powers that he uses to help his human family in their times of need. When the days are dark and hope seems to dim, Jwala Kumar lights up their lives in many ways. But who is Jwala Kumar and will he stay forever? Jwala Kumar and the Gift of Fire is a captivating story of innocence and friendship, of magic and love, and of gifts that last a lifetime.

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    Ahimsa by: Supriya Kelkar

    About: Can one girl make a difference in the destiny of a nation? It is 1942 and 10-year-old Anjali’s mother has joined India’s freedom struggle. Anjali gets unwillingly involved in the turmoil. She has to give up her biases against the Dalit community, or the so-called untouchables, and sacrifice her foreign-made clothes for khadi. When her world turns upside down, will Anjali be able to overcome her internal struggles and summon the courage needed to complete her mother’s social reform work? Inspired by her great-grandmother’s experience working with Gandhi, Supriya Kelkar brings to life the stories of the unsung heroes of India’s War of Independence.