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Arthi Anand Navaneeth
JUST LIKE A BUG by Anushka Ravishankar Scholastic India, 2012, 118 pp., 150
November 2012, volume 36, No 11

Anushka Ravishankar has done it again. She effortless in style and is a very contemporary story teller. The illustrations by Shilo Suleiman complete this package.

‘Are Ants Creepy? Ana thinks so, but Zain and Ana have a new friend called Gopi, who thinks they are wonderful. Gopi loves bugs, butterflies and insects of all kinds. Which is how he comes to the attention of Dr. Behram Dhongy, the famous bug man. Zain and Ana tell Gopi to stay away from the sinister giant Dr D, but Dr D is in search of something, and he desperately needs Gopi . . .’ Scholatic says this about the third book in the Zain and Ana series.

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