The Per­fect Pref­ace to the Mango Sea­son!

– The Good In­dian Child's Guide to Eat­ing Man­goes by Natasha Sharma

Storizen Magazine - - What's Inside - by Natasha Sharma

‘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

Does a plate of man­goes make you?

(a) Want to share or

(b) Gob­ble it up alone?

The book for goody-ness and mango-ness with a touch of mad­ness!

A book that ini­ti­ates chil­dren into the art of eat­ing In­dia’s favourite fruit while fea­tur­ing a rather cheeky take on what it means to be a good child. It con­tains within it an

il­lus­trated guide to

the dif­fer­ent va­ri­eties of man­goes and fea­tures a fun per­son­al­ity quiz that tells the reader what sort of a mango eater they are. Apt for ages

7 and above, this book is an in­dis­pens­able part of the mango sea­son and a must-have for fans of the fruit.

What's the Moral

of the story? Moral! Moral! Eat more man­goes and read more books!

The Good In­dian

Child's Guide

What char­ac­ter­is­tics are required to be a “good” In­dian child? In a play on the con­cept, this series takes things that are in­trin­sic to In­dia—be they man­goes or cricket—and presents a tonguein-cheek ex­plo­ration of the sub­jects.

About the Au­thor:

An award-win­ning chil­dren’s books au­thor, Natasha Sharma has pub­lished 16 books for chil­dren till date. Natasha writes across age groups and for­mats, from pic­ture books, early chap­ter books, his­tor­i­cal fic­tion to her new graphic nov­els. Her po­ems have also fea­tured in an­tholo­gies and course books for schools. Natasha is an MBA with a grad­u­ate de­gree in math and is hap­pi­est in her lit­tle squig­gly cor­ner of writ­ing for chil­dren.

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