|Author||Sippy, Maegan Dobson|
|Source||Pratham Books - StoryWeaver|
|Language||English ♦ Tamil|
|Learning Resource Type||Story|
|Pishi and Me / அத்தையும் நானும்|
|The Elephants Who Liked to Dance/நடனமாட விரும்பிய யானைகள்!|
|Bounce! / எம்பிக் குதித்து!|
|The Fox and the Lump of Clay/நரியும் களிமண் கட்டியும்|
|Achoo! / அச்சூ!|
|Where Do My Thoughts Go? / என் எண்ணங்கள் எங்கே செல்கின்றன?|
|We Love Our Home / எங்கள் வீடு எங்களுக்குப் பிடிக்கும்|
|Let's Make Some Lime Juice! / வாருங்கள் செய்வோம், எலுமிச்சைச் சாறு!|
|What Will Happen? / என்ன நடக்கும்?|
|Where Am I? / நான் எங்கே இருக்கிறேன்?|
|TING TONG! டிங் டாங்!|
|Let's Play / விளையாடுவோம் வாங்க|
|என்னால் உதவ முடியும்!|
|Such a Sweet Smell! / என்னவொரு இனிய மணம்!|
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