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In the cities where we live, animals and people jostle for space. Monkeys, stray cattle and street dogs are now as much urban dwellers as we are. The cutting down of forests and spread of human habitation is leaving less open spaces for animals, pushing some to the brink of extinction. In this passionate quirky book Scharda Dubey illustrates how it is possible for animals and people to live together in harmony. A must-read for any person who is aware of and passionate about the need to protect our earth and environment from the cruelties that human beings have perpetrated. About the Author Scharda Dubey is an award-winning author of books for children and adults. She won the first prize in the Commonwealth Essay Competition in 1973 and second place in the Outlook-Picador Non-Fiction Competition in 2000. She has also won several prizes for her children’s books. Her earlier books include Growing Up and The Best Days of My Life. Scharada lives and works in Lucknow.