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Kids flying on a zebra in their imagination and spend evening at desert with grand parents is a oriental fantasy.

Kids flying on a zebra in their imagination and spend evening at desert with grand parents is a oriental fantasy.

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Hebbare commented on Emma of Tioga

Thanks so much. Wishing you all the best.

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Hebbare commented on I am a mural painter

Dear Fatima, your story is awesome. it's very rare to pack so much teaching with clarity and precision in a kids story - so much, so good and told so well!!! Today is one such day I read a narration that is so sweet; instilled enthusiasm to read the next line. Your message - "we have more that's similar than different" is striking and can go well at kids forming years. The story engrossing, straight, succinct and full of 'kid learning stuff'. You touched on love and kids thought space with empathy and especially the title is stunning. I liked the story with thumps-up. Some rhyme can further enhance easy recall, may be.

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Hebbare commented on BUNNIES DON'T LIVE IN THE CITY, MY DEAR

It is a nice imagery, dream come true narration, with universal love concept for the loving bunnies so close and hugging for the kids. I can feel the the like of what you want to happen and believing that its really happening is Utopian and Real. I very much liked the pretty conversation and story line. the dwelling hole leads into into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. The tale moves with logic, and potential for lasting popularity with children.