How ‘fart’ can an adventure go? Clearly, very ‘fart’, indeed as you can see based on these three stories the authors had heard from their grandparents,
A day in the life of a young urban Indian family makes for an instantly relatable story
Fast-paced, heartwarming and a fun story of a gumptious grandmother who lands into Aunraag’s life and like a tsunami, sweeps away all his misconceptions of what a grandmother should be like.
Ketaki lives with her “Aai” and “Grantie in a little apartment in ‘Chandrasadan’. But Grantie misses the old times, house, roads and neighbours. But the new building has new neighbours. Read on to find out what happens.
A rollicking trip around India’s not so famous but completely fascinating stops that celebrates childish curiosity
Must read for all teenagers and their parents
A collection of Rakhi-centric short stories, ideal to be read or gifted on the festive occasion.
This is a heartwarming story about special bond that a granddaughter shares with her grandfather.