Sunday, 10 January 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Naughty Avantika by Prashant Pinge


Avantika, an eight-year-old girl, has an uncanny knack of getting into trouble. In Avantika’s world, naughtiness reigns supreme and mischief is the order of the day. But fortunately for our heroine, her twinkling eyes can melt the toughest of hearts. And for those times when she really turns things upside down. Avantika’s lucky red stone always comes to her rescue. Join Avantika as she embarks upon misadventures galore and takes you on an entertaining ride full of innocent mischief and good-natured humour.

BOOK REVIEW:- Naughty Avantika by Prashant Pinge is a fascinating read ,every kid would love to enjoy ! 
It is a collection of 6 stories which are part of Avantika's World.

The Mango Milkshake :- Avantika and Advaita decide to make mano milkshake but create a receipe for disaster .

The Swimming Lesson :- Avantika tries to squirm her way out of her second swimming lesson only to end with a loud splash.

The Ghost Story :- Chuni didi scares the living daylights out of Avantika,Advaita & Mihir, but then gets a cold surprise of her own.

The Fancy Dress Competition:- Avantika participates in the school fancy dress competition where an unexpected visitor turns up.

The Prized Dahlia :- Avantika and Advaita gather flower for Didi but ended up snipping off  more than they can chew.

The Cyclone Monster :- Avantika sets her sights on riding the Cyclone Monster at the fun fair and inevitably ended up creating a stir.

The book is enjoyable and has plenty of laugh-out-loud moments.I would give this book shinning 4 out of 5 stars. YAY! :)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR :- Prashant Pinge is a published author of short stories and books in the genres of children’s fiction and young adult fantasy fiction. He also writes historical fiction and romantic comedies. His book, Raja & the Giant Donut, was shortlisted for the Economist Crossword Book Awards in the Children’s Writing category in 2011.

Prashant lives in Mumbai, India, with his wife, Avantika, and son, Arjun.

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