By natasha sharma
Have you read The Good Indian Child’s Guide series?
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An award-winning children’s
The Good Indian Child’s Guide Series
The series takes things that are intrinsic to India and presents a tongue-in-cheek exploration of the subjects. With the first book on eating mangoes and the new one on playing cricket, what could be next?
History Mystery Series
Mysteries you’ll never find in History Books! Historical fiction set in Indian history with stories that are full of facts. Surprise yourself with Fact or Fiction chapter at the end of each book! With five books in the series, there’s enough to keep you hooked!
Icky, Yucky, Mucky!
Natasha’s first book and an evergreen
For all those who think history is boring, read this and change your view. I think this book should be recommended in school libraries for children to have a different view of history and enjoy it.
-INDIAN MOMS CONNECT
Each page is a delight. The detailing is wonderful and you’d want to read it again and again to discover more – a cow that has the seat belt strapped on and is drooling from the corner of her mouth in sleep, a royal packer who is getting increasingly annoyed with each turn of the page, and a dog that happily marks the airplane’s
tyre – the fun is endless. Get it today! You’ll love it.
– RIVO KIDS (BY TANU SHREE SINGH)
FOR THE GOOD INDIAN CHILD'S GUIDE TO PLAYING CRICKET
favourite sport, cricket, has given me everything. This is an amazing book, which teaches this sport in a fun and easy way. Never knew theory would be so much fun.
– VINOD KAMBLI, FORMER INDIAN CRICKETER
Icky, Yucky, Mucky, as the name suggests, is truly one of the most disgusting books I’ve ever had the privilege of reading to my children. Goo, poo, snot and projectile
rosogullas are just the tip of the iceberg …Author Natasha Sharma has her finger on the pulse of young readers and it is roll on the floor-and-laugh-out-loud and cringe-dramatically-at-each-page fun. In a world full of social messages and sermons, this is one for the kids’ side.
– SAFFRON TREE
February 8, 2020
Kala Ghodha Arts Festival, Mumbai, India
Are you a good Indian child while playing cricket?
Is a corridor all the space you need to begin a game of cricket? Have you played with a ruler and eraser? Do you dive for almost every ball? Do you argue over every decision? Sounds familiar?
Join author Natasha Sharma for a tongue-in-cheek look at the game of cricket with her new book, The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Playing Cricket. Cricket lover or not, pop quizzes, crazy facts and deciding what makes one a good child while playing this game will have you diving into action!
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