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The Right Kind of Dog
by Adil Jussawala
illustrated by Ahlawat Gunjan

These are beautiful, subtle poems--sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always thought-provoking.

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The world may just be ending.

 

Cities across the world have been decimated by nuclear bombs, the

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How will she survive in an alien city? 

 

When Jameela's mother dies, she is left alone with
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Alice faces her deadliest foe yet ...

 

After defeating the Red Guards and brokering peace with

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War has been the backdrop of their lives. 
 
Nouri and his cousin Talib have been best friends
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'Probably one of the best teen books from an Indian writer' 101 Indian Children's Books We Love

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What would you do if you didn’t fit in?

 

Muskaan is in hospital, fighting for her life.

 

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Didda, princess of Lohara, is beautiful, intelligent--and lame.
 
Despised by her father and bullied

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Krish has to give a speech at school. But how can he, when he stammers? And what’s worse, his

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‘Leaving you and the kids. Khudahafiz.'

 

Said the post-it stuck on the fridge.

 

Since then,

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Neel's parents want him to win a scholarship, and go to the big city to study. But Neel doesn't
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What is the connection between a murder in 1919 Stockholm and a drug ring in present-day India?
 
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'I was adopted, just as I had suspected for years.'

 

Anu's life sucks. Her curly, unruly

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‘This book is a chronicle of memories ... narratives from an India which few of us who read this

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