Friday, April 24, 2015

Book Review :: 'The Mystery of The Missing Iguana' by Ruchira Khanna

Book Review part The Book Club Blog Tour 
USP:  2-8 years will love it.
Publisher: Lekha Publisher

Blurb
Alex and his pet chimpanzee Angelo are the young detectives of their neighborhood. When a friend's pet Iguana goes missing, Alex and Angelo immediately take on the case, and the sneaky reptilian leads them on an exciting chase. How will alex and Angelo use their sleuthing skills to solve this mystery?

My Review
The Mystery of the Missing Iguana is an illustrated book for kids, parents can read out to the kids or older kids can read themselves. The story is about a little boy Alex and his pet Angelo, and how they solve mysterious happening in their neighborhood or school.

Writing stories for the age bracket of 2 – 8 years is tricky because one has to keep the story and language simple, at the same time it should be engaging, since their attention span is very short. Ruchira Khanna has done a commendable job with ‘The Mystery of the Missing Iguana’. She has managed to keep the story to the point and has included engaging elements like a pet and school, which the kids can relate with easily.

The illustrations are apt and colourful and I am sure the book would be a treat for any kid and something to cherish.






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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


A biochemist by profession she made a mere choice of enrolling herself into a technical writing course. Now, little did she know that this small decision would take her on a path to creative writing and eventually publishing a novel.






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