How do you stop yourself from being blown away all the way to China? How do you get top-notch services out of snooty Turkish bath attendants? Why do camels not have wings? As thirteen-year-old Shashank the Sad pores over his math homework, a little doodle appears and Mulla Nasruddin-MN to his friends-comes alive! MN's never-ending stream of stories enthralls Shashank but make him wonder if his new friend is completely crazy. Then one day, Shashank finds himself trapped in a magic grid. Is there a connection between MN's madcap stories and Shashank's way out of the grid? Taking the much-loved tales of Mulla Nasruddin into a young boy's richly imaginative world, Sampurna Chattarji's retelling is one that will entertain and move both adults and children alike.
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|Size: ||2.3 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9788184751161 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|