The book introduces the animals along with their baby animals and their siblings and grand parents and aunts and uncles in the most unique way. The book uses Indian kinship names to introduce the family of animals.
The book brings to the child 8 animals/birds using common household objects or pieces of clothing that a young toddler is gaining familiarity to in his or her environment. On the page where the ants are in pants, she enthusiastically tugged at her own pants while looking up with a lit up face!
Have you ever heard of or seen an ELEPANDA or a CRONKEY? Well, you will, once you read this book!
A beautiful read, Clock In The Jungle author Ketki Pandit artfully takes little readers and listeners through the time table of jungle life, particularly the lives of the animals that inhabit the Western Ghats.
It’s about Nandini Venkat, a 15 year old girl, who goes on a murder-solving adventure from her room, since where she lives – The Lily and Daisy Twin Apartments, were sealed off by the BMC after one positive case of Covid-19 was detected.
Abbakka is your typical warrior princess in training, a skilled archer, fierce, courageous, witty and embodies an easily likeable character as the protagonist. A girl thirsty for any sort of adventure as she sets out into dangerous missions to track down spies in her seas. She accompanies her mother whom she has a strong bond with in stopping the firangis (Portuguese) from capturing their precious pepper crop.