The Magic of Friendship

The Magic of Friendship is a tale about the importance, strength and treasure that friendships are and can be.  There's a lot of love in the tale too.  And after all, what is friendship without love?

The tale begins as Captain and son (Chotu) are flying away south for the Winter.  The youngster wants to fly over Tadoba.  However, Captain warns him that there is an unhappy tiger (Babbar) who lives below and that it might be wisest not to.  But, they do and Babbar spots the flock and lets out a frightening roar, to which the geese crash in to one another and fall to the earth.

Book Review of The Magic of Friendship by Subhash KommurWhile the geese are there, they happen upon a friendly donkey (Hasmukh), who is known for his friendly and humorous disposition.  To make a long story short, Babbar and Hasmukh form an informal alliance.  Babbar is to teach the donkey to frighten others and the donkey is to teach Babbar to be funny.  They spend so much time doing this that they become friends.

After some time has passed, Captain is again flying over Tadoba and is no longer afraid of Babbar.  This cast of animals had all become friends.  Beautiful!

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Author: Subhash Kommuru
Print Length: 42 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Kommuru BooksPublication Date: January 23, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
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