This graphic novel has three different stories of adventures from chasing to solve the mystery of the baby shoes to the adventure in Texas around Amar’s cowboy hat. The stories are totally packed with action.
The book is a collection of 4 stories about a girl Eppy who, along with her cat Tango, loves going on adventures to new places.
Trunk Call for Ajju is a heartwarming book that reminds us of our collective responsibility to fight for those who cannot speak. In this case, an elephant called Molly.
The stories are a retelling of folklore that originated in the languages Kodava, Tulu, Badaga, etc., which are some languages I only learned about now. Through the stories, I got a glimpse of the culture of Southern India, especially the coastal regions.
Himavan, the lord of the mountains, had glorious wings under his snowy cloak which was a design mistake by Bramha. Hence, when he was to be wed to Mainavati, it was established that he would never expand his wings.
The book narrates the story of Lord Hanuman’s bravery, loyalty and intelligence in simple child-friendly way. Each page has only 3-4 sentences but it covers Lord Hanuman’s story from his birth to the time Lord Ram returns to Ayodhya.