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English Stories for kids - The Hat Seller - Pratham Books

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Original story टोपीवाला by Ananta Prasad Wagle. Translated into English by Shannon David. Illustrated by Promina Shreshtha

Published By Room to Read.

Narrated by Asawari Doshi.

On a long day's work, a hat seller rests under a tree without realizing that a family of monkeys are living in its branches. Curious as ever, the monkeys come down from the branches and take all of the hats from the hat seller’s bag. Join the hat seller as he tries to trick the monkeys into giving him his hats back.

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