The Chameleon Effect and other stories
– Isapuram Tales Book One
Lights, Camera, Action and other stories
– Isapuram Tales Book Two
What are they about???
A super curious, naughty, and yet compassionate 10-year-old, Diya’s life revolves around her family, best friends Biju and Ayesha, and her bestest friend, Baba.
Baba, her neighbour, is not just a spiritual teacher but the coolest adult she knows. He tells her stories, helps her parents and her, and listens to Diya’s non-stop chatter. Not just Diya’s family, everyone in the town seems to love him and look up to him.
What happens when Diya gets nervous before her annual day event? What does she do when she finds a stray puppy? What can she do when she is angry? How does one use their invisible ears? How does Baba help her and her friends? Does Baba have magical powers that he can share with Diya? Or are they just regular folks who know how to live a magical life? To know more, read the Isapuram Tales series!
The Chameleon Effect and other stories is a book about kindness, emotions, habits, prayer and God. To know more visit the book’s webpage
Lights Camera and Action and other stories is a book is a book about intuition, emotions, friendships, dying and living. To know more visit the book’s webpage
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING!
I don’t want to grow up..even after 85! This thought came to me today once again when I read the Isapuram Tales by Anita Satyajit. Isapuram Tales is quite an unprecedented collection of stories. I use the word ‘unprecedented’ because these stories by Anita Satyajit are not simply fairy tales nor science fiction nor adventure stories nor moral guides. Yet they have the essence of all there and also something more. That something more I will call ‘the Touch of God’: the godliness that is badly needed for today’s children. The stories are about love, respect, friendship, life, loss but thrown into a blender of fun-filled storytelling. The wise essence of these stories will stay in children’s hearts much longer than any teaching or preaching. As for me with storybooks like these. I don’t want to grow up even after 85! – Aabid Surti (National Award winning author, cartoonist, painter and environmentalist)
These are treasures. Just the kind of books, today’s children need. My 8-year-old is loving it and I love watching her giggle while she reads. Her favourite character is Baba and she goes on and on narrating whatever she reads to me. Let me tell you, I am not into reading. But these books are so addictive. I finished reading them both in one day! Anita Satyajit, has a classic writing style that gives out valuable life lessons. – Misbah Mansuri ( Owner, The Perfect Gift)