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Tales For All | The Social Warriors

SIDELIGHT: An estimated 10,114 stories in 124 languages have been published since 2015. There's even a story in Toto spoken by the tribal people of Totopara, an area on the West Bengal-Bhutan border. It doesn't have a script of its own.

Saura, Munda, Kui, Juanga-all tribal languages from Odisha-are just some of 124 languages that can be found on StoryWeaver, a treasure trove of engaging illustrated books for children. The storybooks are categorised according to reading levels,

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