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Author : Zai Whitaker
Illustrator : Srividya Natarajan
Kali hates school. And school hates him, he thinks, for he has no friends. His classmates find him strange. He wishes his father were an ‘ordinary' bus-conductor or postman instead of a snake-catcher, even if one of the most celebrated in the Irula tribe. He worries that others will see him eating fried termites (his favourite snack!) and laugh. And then one day, a large rat snake creates havoc in the classroom... A simple, sensitive story crafted by a writer deeply involved with environmental issues.
2018: Best of Indian Children's Writing: Contemporary
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|Specifications||24 pages; 10.5” x 8.25”; full colour; soft cover|
|Rights sold||English (USA, Canada, Philippines, the Caribbean, Latin America, South America)|
|Tags||animals, snake, Irula tribe, different childhood, school, acceptance, friendship, social theme, inclusive book|