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<p>A CBT PUBLICATION
This is a compilation of stories submitted by the
participants at a Writers Workshop conducted by
Children's Book Trust.
© by CBT 1982
Reprinted 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996,
1998, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2008.
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When Papa Scolded Me
To The Memory Of A Lion
The Triumphant Smile
The Turkish Cap
The Goose Thieves
In A Guava Orchard
All Because Of My Hair
The Pink Card
The Unforgettable Journey
Varunkaka's Lemonade Pals
Hanuman And I
At The Party
That Sunday Morning
The Boy From Standard III
Illustrated by Subir Roy and Geeta Verma
I stood on the deck of S.S. Rajula. As she
slowly moved out of Madras harbour, I waved to
my grandparents till I could see them no more.
I was thrilled to be on board a ship. It was a new
experience for me.
"Are you travelling alone?" asked the person
standing next to me.
"Yes, Uncle, I'm going back to my parents in
Singapore," I replied.
"What's your name?" he asked.
"Vasantha," I replied.
I spent the day exploring the s