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Boy, Bear (Hook Books): It's not a book, it's a hook!

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Adithi Rao (Author) Adithi writes books, film scripts and plays. Her YA novel, Candid Tales: Ind... Read More

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Adithi Rao (Author)
Adithi writes books, film scripts and plays. Her YA novel, Candid Tales: India on a Motorcycle, made it to the Parag Honour List 2021. Her short stories and feature articles have appeared in American literary journals, and in anthologies by leading Indian publishing houses. You can find her at www.adithirao.com.

Aaryama Somayaji (Illustrator)
Aaryama Somayaji studied Communication Design at the National Institute of Design,
Vijayawada. She draws to survive, reads for herself, and eats to stay happy. Illustrating
for children is her way of giving back thejoy she had as a child. She lives in Delhi
with her sibling and parents, much to their collective chagrin.

Boy and Bear have grown up together on the streets of Mumbai. Baba is a madari. But now that Baba is gone, how are Boy and Bear to survive?

The Hook Book series of short simple stories for beginning readers come with fun stories set in different parts of India, gorgeous illustrations and short exercises to enhance the reading experience.

Product Details

Title: Boy, Bear (Hook Books): It's not a book, it's a hook!
Author: Adithi RaoAaryama Somayaji
SKU: BK0441665
EAN: 9780143452379
Language: English
Binding: Paperback

About Author

Adithi writes books, film scripts and plays. Her YA novel, Candid Tales: India on a Motorcycle, made it to the Parag Honour List 2021. Her short stories and feature articles have appeared in American literary journals, and in anthologies by leading Indian publishing houses. You can find her at www.adithirao.com.

Aaryama Somayaji studied Communication Design at the National Institute of Design,
Vijayawada. She draws to survive, reads for herself, and eats to stay happy. Illustrating
for children is her way of giving back thejoy she had as a child. She lives in Delhi
with her sibling and parents, much to their collective chagrin.

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