Neha Singh is a Mumbai-based theatre practitioner, author and activist. She directs, produces, writes and acts in plays for children and grown-ups. She has authored three children's books-Bela Misses Her Train, The Wednesday Bazaar and Moongphali. Neha spearheads a women's movement called Why Loiter? in Mumbai. She believes there is a story inside everyone, just waiting to be told. Meenal Singh and Erik Egerup are currently based in Bengaluru and have a studio called Runaway Mill. With backgrounds in architecture, industrial design and game development, they deliver a wide and diverse range of creative design projects. These include illustration, conceptual art, fine art and public sculpture.
Where do you go when you just have to go?
Rahi simply loves slurping refreshing drinks, and so she always needs to pee. But boy, does she hate public loos! On her way to her aunt's in Meghalaya, she has to pee on a train as well as stop at a hotel and even the really scary public toilet at the bus depot! And when those around her refuse to help her with her troubles, her only saviour is her Book of Important Quotes.
Travel with the cheeky Rahi and read all about her yucky, icky, sticky adventures in this quirky and vibrant book about the ever-relevant worry of having a safe and clean toilet experience.