How The Jackal Ate The Elephant

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Title
How The Jackal Ate The Elephant
SKU
ACKHOWT0300
Weight
0.0900
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ISBN
9788184820300
Binding
Paperback
Author
Kamala Chandrakant
Editor
Anant Pai
Illustrator
Ram Waeerkar
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
1978
Pages
32
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
8-10 Years
Volume Number
560
Price
Rs.70
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A cunning jackal pierces the thick skin of a dead elephant. How?

Prasantha Kumar

Reviewed on 4/19/2016

A jackal finds a dead elephant and wishes to eat it. But the hide/skin of an elephant is thick for a jackal to pierce. This story is about how a jackal pierces the hide of the elephant and eats it. A good read for kids and enjoy.
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A cunning jackal uses few animals to have a meal of a dead elephant

Prasantha Kumar

Reviewed on 4/19/2016

A jackal finds a dead elephant and wishes to eat it. But elephants hide/skin is thick and could not be pierced by a jackal. This story about how a jackal uses his cunningness to entice few other animals' help to eat a dead elephant. A good and enjoyable book.
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