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How I Taught My Grandmother To Read And Other Stories by Sudha Murty

How I Taught My Grandmother To Read And Other Stories by Sudha Murty



These are collection of stories recounting real life incidents from the life of Sudha Murty, teacher, social workers and best selling writer. There is the engaging story about one of her students who frequently played truant from school, the accoutn of how her mothers advice to save money came in handy when she wanted to help her husband start a software company, and the heartwarming tale of the promise she made and fulfilled--- to her grandfather, to ensure that her little village library would always be well supplied with books.

Pages: 144

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superb, Nov 15, 2011
by charu
these are great stories.
Message of the poem "How I Tought My Grandmother To Teach ", Apr 30, 2012
by preet
the story convey massage that a teacher irrespective of age ,sex, deserve to be respected. one should always feel grateful to a teacher who leads one from darkness of light
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