Though A Painter, Abanindranath Tagore Loved Writing For Children. Perhaps That Is Why His Uncle Rabindranath Tagore Had Urged Him To Write. When Abanindranath Finally Did, These Unforgettable Stories Were Born. Now For The First Time In English.
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