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The Good Indian Child's Guide to Eating Mangoes Paperback – Import, 5 Jul 2018
Paperback, Import, 5 Jul 2018
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'Drool-inducing! Rib-tickling! Timely! Generations of Indian children will benefit from this prof-BURR..RRP (Excuse me, it's mango season.)' -Anushka Ravishankar, popular children’s author
About the Author
An award-winning author, Natasha Sharma has published 16 books for children. Natasha writes across age groups and formats, including picture books, early chapter books, historical fiction and graphic novels. Her poems have featured in anthologies and course books for schools. Natasha is an MBA with a graduate degree in maths. Shreya is a children's book illustrator based out of Kolkata. Shreya Sen's earliest memories are of her mom dragging her to book fairs, in Assam. Her favourite pastime was to gorge on Russian picture books and draw on the walls. This led to her studying Animation Film Design at NID, Ahmedabad. A summer internship at a children's publication house made her believe that this is what she wants to do for the rest of her life. Analysing narratives, procrastination, comics, humour, imitating people, making chai and drinking it are some of her interests. She also loves going to cafes and drawing out of them. You can see her work on https://sagoli-sagoli.blogspot.in/ or write to her at email@example.com
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What I loved the most about the book were the illustrations. The illustrator, Shreya Sen has done a brilliant and beautiful job with illustrating each page. I loved the Good Indian Girl and the Good Indian Boy and their activities throughout the book. It felt, at a point or two, that the book was more by Sen than by Sharma. But then, those are children's books for you! They are nothing without the illustrations.
Another thing that I loved was the way everything was shown. I made my kid sister (she's a cousin) read the book and she loved it so much that she carried the book to her place right after reading it. She said, "I want to re-read it again and again, so I'm taking it with me." And well, she has been calling me a few times to let me know that she has read it and that she has tried all the ways of eating the mango that the author told her of.
I guess there is no more better appreciation that I can give for this masterpiece by Sharma and Sen because well, if that's the way the book is affecting the kids, then it's an appreciation in itself, right?
What I did not like about the book, sadly was how there was no basic story. I mean, I had imagined that someone or the other would guide them on how to eat mangoes or that there would be a basic storyline, or something like that. The lack of this disappointed me. Nonetheless, it was a great book for kids and if you have a kid or are a kid sister/brother, then I would definitely recommend it to you. Hurry up and buy, before the mango season is over! You can thank me later!