- By Monideepa Sahu

The Riddle of the Seventh Stone

  • Title: The Riddle of the Seventh Stone
  • Author: Monideepa Sahu
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Riddle of the Seventh Stone Think it s tough being a rat or a spider Try being a kid Rishabh the rat and Shashee the spider are quite happy with life the way it is free to rummage around in Venkat Thatha s musty dusty rare her

    Think it s tough being a rat or a spider Try being a kid Rishabh the rat and Shashee the spider are quite happy with life the way it is free to rummage around in Venkat Thatha s musty, dusty, rare herbs shop Until, that is, they stumble upon a magical powder and find themselves transformed into human children It s not easy being a kid there s school, and homework, weThink it s tough being a rat or a spider Try being a kid Rishabh the rat and Shashee the spider are quite happy with life the way it is free to rummage around in Venkat Thatha s musty, dusty, rare herbs shop Until, that is, they stumble upon a magical powder and find themselves transformed into human children It s not easy being a kid there s school, and homework, wearing clothes and yuk having to use soap but even worse, their very home and the entire city are under threat from an evil businessman known as the Shark With the help of other children, friendly cockroaches, cheeky mosquitoes, and a very big bandicoot, they set out to prove that no problem is too big for even the smallest of creatures Riddle of the Seventh Stone is a unique take on ordinary events and creatures that we take so much for granted things that get extraordinary in Sahu s gifted hands Shreekumar Varma

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