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  • Paperback
  • 196 pages
  • Moin and the Monster
  • Anushka Ravishankar
  • English
  • 05 December 2015
  • 9780143335153

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Moin and the MonsterFunny Delightful and hilarious Great for a read aloud One night in the dim darkness of his room Moin heard something shuffling sniffling under his bed It is a monster soon Moin has to learn to live with the monster its habits which include a love for bananas singing new hairstyles However keeping the monster a secret is a tough task An utterly delicious and hilarious read I had to put the book down from time to time just to have a laugh Anushka Ravishankar's storytelling skills make this book a laugh riot for all ages I have the fondest childhood memories attached to this book and I was flooded with them when I found it recently I don't care what anyone has to say this deserves all the starsđź’• review night Moin hears a sound under his bed and discovers a monster Most boys would long for a pet or a toy but Moin got a monster As per the monster's reuest Moin draws the monster as the monster sings about itself in a song Moin does not understand the lines and literally draws according to the description So in the end the Monster looks rather comical and funny rather than being fearsome He keeps the monster a secret from his parents and teachersHis troubles has just started because the monster likes to sing and eat a lot Thus Moin ends up visiting the doctor and taking up singing lessons More trouble follows when it follows him to the school and birthday parties One day the monster wishes to grow its hair like a diva When Moin helps it to grow its hair it becomes a problem and he calls his friend for assistance And they decide to cut the monster's hair But strangely the hair cannot be cut and they end up typing it into a bun on either side of its head After all these drama the kids decide that its an alien and try to figure out a way to send it back Is the monster really an alien? Did Moin get rid of it? Read the novel to find outThis is the first of Anushka Ravichandran's novel that I had read No wonder people call her the Dr Suess of India She has a knack for nonsense poetry that is simple for the children and apt for the situation Every situation and every plot is so funny that my kid had a good time reading it As for me I enjoyed the scenes of Mr Kooki and his ramblings at the psychiatrist Anitha Balachandran's illustrations of the monster are funny and supports the imagination of the author Anushka RavishankarTiger On A TreeUn Dos Tres Donde Caben Dos Caben TresEins Zwei DreiElephants Never Forget Hilarious Laugh out Loud Hilarious it's silly book but fun to read

About the Author: Anushka Ravishankar

Anushka Ravishankar a mathematics graduate has made a name for herself internationally as an Indian children’s writer with over 10 books of verse fiction and non fiction Her special talent is in the area of nonsense verse where she brilliantly adapts this difficult genre to Indian English usage without a false note Anushka Ravishankar can be said to have pioneered the Indian English nonsen