The book starts with Malhar, bored during the summer holidays and seeking adventure. The adventure presents itself when the Shenoys have a robbery in their house.
There is humor, kindness, greed, bravery, courage in these stories told through the lives of animals, showing there’s so much to learn from everything around us.
While the short stories delve into themes of rivalry, rudeness, disparity, and more, each one concludes with a happy ending, making them truly enjoyable to read.
Written in rhyme, the book takes the reader through all the possible sights that a tree can see – good and bad, happy and sad. Children playing, birds singing, storms and wars. Trees bear silent witness to everything, and have so many stories to tell.
This is a story of a treasure, an epic adventure about two friends, a faithful attendant and a dog who would do anything for them.
Dance, Nani, Dance, an anthology of adorable stories of grandparents from acclaimed authors, takes you on an emotional roller-coaster ride.