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About The Book
\"There was once a forest called Piplivan
It was home to many animals and birds. They were known as the Piplis.
In Piplivan there lived a rabbit couple called Tiku and Tuki. Everyone in the forest loved them for their kind and loving natures. When they are finally blessed with a child, they are overjoyed and all the forest creatures come to the naming ceremony.
The baby rabbit is named Chimpu.
But as time passes, Chimpu grows into a wild and naughty rabbit, always up to mischief. One after the other the Piplis complain to Tiku about his son s bad behaviour.
Poor Tiku wonders what to do..
How can he change Chimpu?\"
About The Author
\"Gouri Dash is 91 years young, lives in India and spends her time between Mumbai, Pune and Bhubaneshwar. She has been a published author in regional languages for over three decades and her stories have entertained and fascinated young readers over generations. Her work has been included in the curricular of several State Boards in India. Additionally, her translations from Bengali to Oriya, of the works of the renowned Bengali author, Asha Purna Devi, have won her many accolades. She has also translated eighteen books of her guru, Sri Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath Maharaj, from Bengali to Oriya When she is not writing, Gouri enjoys reading, cooking good food and feeding everyone around her and narrating ageless stories to her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
This volume follows the success of her first Piplivan book published in English: Kuna & Kuni Take Flight.\"