In which Ela and her side-kick go places

Scholastic India

It’s been a roller-coaster ride for Ela and me. (I know, I know, technically that should be Ela and I!)

Well then, in February this year, Ela and I took the Kala Ghoda chariot from school to school in South Mumbai, before she was ‘officially’ launched at Kitab Khana, my favourite book shop in Mumbai on the 8th, as part of KGAF (Kala Ghoda Arts Festival) 2014.

With the Kala Ghoda chariot

With the Kala Ghoda chariot

The Fried Frog goes to school

The Fried Frog goes to school

With Parinita Shetty and Lubaina Bandukwala, conspirators and organisers of the Children’s section of KGAF 2014

With Parinita Shetty and Lubaina Bandukwala, conspirators and organisers of the Children’s section of KGAF 2014

A close friend’s daughter, Aashya Abubaker (who is also a voracious reader), was good enough to indulge my desire of having a 13-year old launch my book about a 13-year old! The audience, comprising kids from various schools, barraged me with questions, and by the end of almost two hours of reading, interaction and…

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