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A Home Of Our Own/ Aapley Swatahchey Ghar (Marathi)

Author : Meghaa Aggarwal
Illustrator : Habib Ali

“Let’s play house-house!” decide Sunehri and her friends. So they put together some old plates and bowls, empty packets of chips, plastic bottles, a broken helmet… things they’ve collected going about their work in the city on whose streets they live.

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Age 5+
Specifications 28 pages; 8.5" x 9.5"; full colour; soft cover
ISBN 978-93-86667-37-3

“Let’s play house-house!” decide Sunehri and her friends. So they put together some old plates and bowls, empty packets of chips, plastic bottles, a broken helmet… things they’ve collected going about their work in the city on whose streets they live.

The game loved by children everywhere takes on a poignant layer when played by those who have never known a home­. Pictures full of exuberance and detail bring out their spontaneous joy in a make-believe world, which trips side by side with the harsh reality of their lives.

This is a book that will grow with us

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a parent who buys books for their child, kind of, secretly, surreptitiously, also buys them for themselves. When I saw ‘A Home Of Our Own’ by Meghaa Agarwal on the shelves today, I knew it was special. I read it in the store and I’ve read it twice at home now and each time, I’ve felt a lump rise in my throat. instagram.in - Nayana Bhattacharya via Meghaa Aggarwal

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A Home Of Our Own/ Aapley Swatahchey Ghar (Marathi)

A Home Of Our Own/ Aapley Swatahchey Ghar (Marathi)

“Let’s play house-house!” decide Sunehri and her friends. So they put together some old plates and bowls, empty packets of chips, plastic bottles, a broken helmet… things they’ve collected going about their work in the city on whose streets they live.

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