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About the Book
On this short trip to India you'll meet Rohini's special friend Sarita, attend a Raksha Bandhan ceremony, and find out why Bugle gets the surprise of his life!
About the Authors
Lea and Tim have both enjoyed successful careers in the advertising and marketing sector and became friends after working together on a number of projects. Their desire to continue this partnership led them to collaborate on the development of the Rohini Molini character and stories.
Their motivation stems from a desire to encourage young children to become more aware of the world we live in and to give something back to those children who are less fortunate; for every book sold, Lea & Tim will contribute a percentage of their income to the Rohini Molini Charitable Fund, which in turn will make donations to reputable children’s’ charities around the world.
My Take on the Book
Rohini Molini's grandmother comes from India , so when her grandmother talks about a Banyan tree she wants to learn more. Rohini magically transports herself to India. She discovers not only what a Banyan tree is, but also learns about bird eating spiders.
Once again Lea and Tim's story introduces young children to another country with a few simple facts and pictures to support those facts in the text.
You will note the pictorial glossary at the end of the book like the other Rohini Molini stories.
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