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Empower your kids with the exciting and adventurous short story + coloring activities loved by all in this book..
ABOUT THE STORY: A city up North is under the Attack of fierce dragons who are thirsty for water.
Once every year the whole tribe of the Dragons known as Clawers had to consume humongous amounts of water to pacify their internal heat. This year, to quench their thirst their Chief chose to attack the water reserves of a city whose King was out for war. But unfortunately the King returned much before expected. A great war broke out and the Dragons were about to die…
Un-known to the whole tribe there was a young orphan dragon who had extraordinary mystical powers. Being afraid of what others would think about him he started suffering from self doubt and always stayed aloof. He dream't if humans and dragons could be friends and live together in harmony.
How did this little dragon get mystical powers?
Did he overcome his self doubt and used his mystical powers to save his whole tribe?
Could he make dragons and humans good friends?
Read on in this exciting adventure...
AMAZING INSPIRATIONAL STORY FROM YOUNG AUTHOR – Review received on Amazon India on 23 November 2021
“I bought this book more than a month back. I had read author Manikya Sanghi's Novel 'Wizard of Sansanadia' previously. I was very amazed to read how Manikya had written such an intricate novel at a very young age.
'City Without Water' is a short story with a beautiful inspiring message for overcoming self-doubt. I found the story to have a deeper message within it. As the days passed, the story and the message grew over me, getting me to ponder over a few things I was experiencing in my own life. The story eventually became a medium for me to make a positive change in my life (something I was reluctantly holding back earlier). I am glad that I purchased this book. The child author is surely super talented and gifted.
I will recommend everyone not just to buy this book for your kids, but read it yourself too. It is a simple quick read like Panchtantra stories, but is full of wisdom like them too.”