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It is as great an offence against a child to starve his mind as to starve his body. The Astorg Audiobook collection means to bring together the fairy tales, stories, myths and legends which have fed the children of many generations in the years when the imagination is awakening and craving stimulus and material to work upon. This five famous Indian tales are a collection of stories on human behaviors, portrayed by animal characters, with a beautifully wrought moral at the end. Discover the oldest legends of ancient India with this still resonating folk tales: Who killed the otter's babies; The alligator and the jackal; The farmer and the money-lender; Tit for tat; Sing Rajah and the cunning little jackals.

It is as great an offence against a child to starve his mind as to starve his body. The Astorg Audiobook collection means to bring together the fairy tales, stories, myths and legends which have fed the children of many generations in the years when the imagination is awakening and craving stimulus and material to work upon. This five famous Indian tales are a collection of stories on human behaviors, portrayed by animal characters, with a beautifully wrought moral at the end. Discover the oldest legends of ancient India with this still resonating folk tales: Who killed the otter's babies; The alligator and the jackal; The farmer and the money-lender; Tit for tat; Sing Rajah and the cunning little jackals.
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It is as great an offence against a child to starve his mind as to starve his body. The Astorg Audiobook collection means to bring together the fairy tales, stories, myths and legends which have fed the children of many generations in the years when the imagination is awakening and craving stimulus and material to work upon. This five famous Indian tales are a collection of stories on human behaviors, portrayed by animal characters, with a beautifully wrought moral at the end. Discover the oldest legends of ancient India with this still resonating folk tales: Who killed the otter's babies; The alligator and the jackal; The farmer and the money-lender; Tit for tat; Sing Rajah and the cunning little jackals.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Katie Haigh

Length:

56m


Chapters

Free Sample

02:45

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

04:49


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

03:25


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

05:08


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

09:59


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

04:39


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

04:49


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

03:25


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

05:08


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

09:59


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

04:39