Set in Hyderabad, the story revolves around the rivalry between two sweet shop owners, and the beautiful friendship that develops between the young children from the shops when they bond over panjiri, khubani ka meetha and swatting flies like ninjas
Jyoti is finding it difficult to come up with a perfect birthday present for her Aaji so she takes opinion of people Aaji knows. Although Jyoti is the mastermind to perfectly combine everyone’s idea, this story is about harmony and teamwork.
This story is about a Madari family in Mumbai. After baba is gone the boy must do what baba had been doing for the family – bringing them food and keeping them safe, FOREVER!
There is nothing more that young children like in a book than a seemingly unsolvable problem, narrated so funnily that you fall off from the bed laughing.
The brilliance with which the author engages the youngest of the readers combined with the wonderful illustrations in the book make this a fantastic read. The story had my child hooked right from the first page, with the awesome shopping list illustrations.
Sani is scared of all animals. When her mother brings a stray kitten home, Sani is petrified. She stays away from the kitten all the time, that whole day giving excuses and escaping from it. But the following night, a thunderstorm hits their place. The horrified kitten wants to go to Sani.