Magic Mango Tree and Other Stories: Three Tales from Sri Lanka ePub download
by Rita Cappella
- ISBN: 0863033539
- ISBN13: 978-0863033537
- ePub: 1540 kb | FB2: 1505 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Merlin Bks. (September 27, 1987)
- Pages: 56
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 206
- Format: rtf doc mobi azw
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The Magic Mango is a story about the first international communication channels – telegraph, including a little bit of culture involving the tale of the . The story includes some facts about the telegraph and the magic mango trick.
The Magic Mango is a story about the first international communication channels – telegraph, including a little bit of culture involving the tale of the magic mango trick performed by Indian street performers. Sample Text from The Magic Mango. One day, Tara and her little brother Arun found an old box in their grandmother’s attic. It was a beautiful wooden box, covered in thick dust and cobwebs, which opened with a tiny crack to reveal its mysteries before their curious eyes. lt;End of page 1 of 18.