A fable/folktale from India from the Panchatantra. In this delightful story about friendship and loyalty, a set of four unusual friends - a tortoise, a mole, a deer, and a crow - join forces to outwit a hunter.
A fable/folktale from India from the Panchatantra. Dhondu, the donkey, thinks he is a wonderful singer. His friend, Juno the jackal, thinks otherwise. Find out how Dhondu's irresistible urge to sing lands him in big trouble one night.
A fable/folktale from India from the Jataka. The King of Benares and his army have arrived in the monkey kingdom in search of the mango. Can Kapi, the monkey king, find a way to protect his subjects?
A fable/folktale from India from the Jataka. Lomdi, the wily jackal, wants the food that Kauaa the crow has in her beak. Does he manage to get it? Features playful wordplay, colours, flowers, and the seven notes of the musical scale.
A fable/folktale from India from the Panchatantra. A delightful, colorful tale of Juno, the clever jackal, Bhuro, the foolish lion, and a cave that talks!
A fable/folktale from India from the Panchatantra. Three fish are each different, but good friends. When trouble strikes, they help each other and escape the fisherman in a tale rich with color.
A fable/folktale from South India. Gilehri the squirrel is a good friend of Laloo the fox. But Laloo is a little too boastful and Gilehri decides to teach him a lesson! The story involves educational concepts of time.