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Too Many Bananas – Pratham Books – Children’s Books

Education | Jan 1, 2015

No one wanted to buy the sweet bananas that Sringeri Srinivas grew on his farm. Find out what he did with them in this cute story.
This is a Level 2 book for children who recognize familiar words and can read new words with help.

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