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"Twins with opposite personalities work together to convince a dragon to stop blocking their village bridge"-- |cProvided by publisher
In this adaptation of the Little Red Hen fable, Ruby wants to build a fort, but her three brothers refuse to help, so when the fort is finished Ruby will not let them join her--until the boys come up with a few embellishments for the fort, like a mailbox, a garden, and a fresh coat of paint.
Sundari, the daughter of the Chief Mahout in Mysore, and the elephant calf Lakshmi were born on the same day and remain close, and when Lakshmi's father gets too old to lead the procession for Dussehra, Sundari suggests Lakshmi take his place.