The story rhymed when we read it, like a poem.
You never know where trouble might lurk.
In shadows, in trees.
But there’s no need to panic or worry or fret,
My big brother Neel has wheels!
We loved this set of lines.
Neel cannot walk and is on a wheelchair. But his little brother knows that Neel is a hero. Neel will save the day. So many things happen to Neel and his brother, but Neel always has an answer or an idea. Once, Neel saves them by pulling out a parachute from his wheel chair. Neel is handicapped but does so much. He also swims in the pool.
Neel’s little brother likes to use his imagination and think up of different dangerous situations. In some pages, animals come out from all over to his house. There are cats, dogs and horses. When they visit the park, they see dragons and brutes there.
Aditi adds: The pictures were really nice. I think I would like to draw all of them. I especially liked all the pictures of the animals.
Aditi Koushik is 10 years old and studies in Valiants Academy, Bangalore. She loves animals especially dogs, and learns Bharatanayam.
Hafsa Khan is 10 years old and studies in Insight Academy, Bangalore. Her favourite sport is football and her favourite superhero is her father.