Leelu is at the fair with her class of 36 students. But Sir needs to keep counting them to see how many tickets to buy and to make sure no one is lost. Is there an easier way to count to 36 instead of 1,2,3…? The concept of tables is introduced through a story about counting in groups.
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About the Contributors
Kavitha Mandana is the author of eight books for children published by Puffin (Penguin), Karadi Tales, Pratham and Red Turtle (Rupa). Her short fiction has appeared in various anthologies as well as in school English textbooks. She’s been writing and illustrating for the Deccan Herald’s kids’ supplement for the past twenty years.
Nirzara Verulkar is an artist, animator and storyteller. She writes stories for children and young adults. Her virtual studio Drawing Chime Illustration has created six children’s books so far. Two of her books have been selected for Asian Festival for Children’s Content. Nirzara is also a yoga teacher and aspires to meld illustration with yoga.
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