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.
Finding inspirational biographies for children is difficult, finding a biography that will leave a permanent imprint in your heart is rare. The Girl Who Loved To Sing is a book that will make you marvel at the spirit of Teejan Bai, who fought for her right to be allowed to sing.
Against this backdrop, veteran BBC journalist Divya Arya, seeded a creative rendering of the story of Kashmir, for the younger generation. The idea was old school but perfect: pen pals exchanging notes. One is in Delhi, and the other in Kashmir.
This is a story of a boy who is happy, who could see light in the slightest of things. But then it became dark after his father’s untimely death and he started seeing shadows in his mother’s sadness and everywhere else. He could not understand or talk or describe those to others around him. Until one day, he accepted those shadows and opened a world of imagination.
Presenting #kbcAPinchOfMagic Contest. Write a funny/adventurous story about a herbal product (with magical powers) that you have invented, but that has gone horribly wrong!!