Expected publication: August 8th 2017 by Pushkin Children’s Books
Read date: May 12th 2017
Funny+ Witty+ trip+ moral behind story= I love it.
My favorite line from the book:
Meet 3 Piglettes of the book- Mireille (15 and half), Astrid (16) and Hakima (9). These Piglettes are the winner of ‘Pig Pageant’ contest i.e. awarded ugliest girls of the school. After contest they meet each other, they feel real bad for receiving such treatment. But they decide to do something rather than just sobbing. They plan cycle trip to Paris, to gatecrash a garden party at Elysées. Each has different reasons in doing so. They involve media for their Paris trip too.
Will they able to reach their destination on time? What difficulties will come in a way? How events will turn out? Will they achieve for what they have started the trip? Continue reading
Published: Jan 12th 2016 by Sweet Cherry Publishing
Read Date: June 21st 2017
Blurb (in my words):
Dorothy sweet little girl adopted by farmer couple is living in the Kansas prairie. One day a strong cyclone whisked her away from her family to an unknown strange Land of Oz. There she finds out from the a good witch about great wizard Oz, who is living in the City of Emerald and is the only one who can help her to find a way to her home Kansas. So, here starts the long journey of little Dorothy.
On the way to Emerald City, she meets scarecrow, a tin woodman and a lion. This little group with the purpose set out to meet great and terrible Oz.
Can Dorothy go back to Kansas? Will Oz’s magic help her to send her back to Kansas?
Published: October 1st 2014 by Pressgang
Read Date: June 8th 2017
Honestly I can’t write review of this collection of stories in my regular style. So, only for this book I’m changing my style.
This is the collection of 8 short stories. About the human flaws and characteristics. Starting from sex offender to a sad hedgehog, dreamy musician ex-boyfriend, a tragic love story, killer father, Einstein’s Beach House, Fred the tortoise, and a mother seduced by father of imaginary girl.
Here is more about stories and my view–