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Author : Meenu Thomas
Illustrator : Tanvi Bhat
When Fakruddin worries, he gets frantic. And Frantic Fakru is now worried because his fridge is spoilt, the day is hot, and he is desperate for cold water. What does he do? A light-hearted story with a smart idea and cheerful watercolour illustrations which bring alive the ambience of Fakru's neighbourhood in Bhopal.
Originally in Hindi
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|Specifications||20 pages; 7.5" x 8.75"; full colour; soft cover|
|Rights sold||English (Pakistan)|
|Tags||story about a fridge, water, thirst, summer, cold water, family, humour|
This is a book which will make you laugh, make you think and make you wonder ‘Gosh! Why didn’t I think of something so simple.’ Yay to the fantastically funny Fakruddin’s Fridge. Much recommended. Indian Moms Connect
Real and engaging
This book is a valuable resource for educators looking to create interesting lessons around concepts related to heat, temperature, properties of water and soil. It is also relevant for initiating discussions around home, family and relationships. The lively water-colour illustrations enrich the experience of this book. The illustrator does a particularly impressive job of making Frantic Fakruddin's franticness visible on his face – whether it’s through his expressive eyes, his tangled hair, or the way in which he chews the back of his pencil. Goodbooks.in
Relevant for initiating discussions on home, family, relationshi
A refreshing story that draws attention to the connection between scientific knowledge and indigenous wisdom. The subtext of the narrative also emphasizes the value of contentment, of using scarce resources creatively. The lively water colour illustrations enrich the experience of this book. — Chintan Modi