Bond with Nature

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Ratna Sagar, Jan 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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Three popular books for children, written by Ruskin Bond, have been combined into one omnibus edition. A treat for those who love Ruskin Bond's stories about the mountains, mountain people, wild flowers and jungle animals. Beautifully illustrated by a leading Indian children's illustrator. Ages 13 to 16 years.
 

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A book suitable for human beings of all ages.

Contents

Our Hornbill
7
If Mice Could Roar 13
13
Lullaby
21
The
27
Return to Dehra
33
Living with Mountains
50
Owls in the Family
62
The Wind on Haunted Hill
68
The Glacier
146
A Moonbeam Comes
154
Tenacity of Mountain Water
155
Tigers Forever
159
Tigers Forever
161
The Elephant and the Cassowary Bird
162
The Boy Who Could See Footsteps
166
Sunrise
174

Was the Wind Last Night
76
The Snail
84
Grannys TreeClimbing
90
Dragon in the Tunnel
98
No Room for a Leopard
104
Listen
111
Firefly in My Room
119
To the River
120
View from the Window
127
A Mountain Stream
129
A Quiet Mind
133
Mother Hill
134
In Cold Himaal
138
My Tall Green Friends
139
The White Elephant
175
The Black Cat
180
The Snake
186
Copperfield in the Jungle
187
A Little World of Mud
193
Raindrop
199
The Night the Roof Blew Off
200
The Stolen Daffodils
206
Make Room for Elephants
212
Would Astley Return?
213
God Save the Beetle
219
The Overcoat
220
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About the author (2010)

Ruskin Bond, born in 1934 in a small Himalayan town, is an Indian author of British descent. He has become very popular among children and adults for his heart-warming stories about the natural and simple folk of Himalayan regions. His stories are permeated with love for nature. He has received the Sahitya Academy award as well as the Padma Shri for his contributions to children's literature.

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