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Author : Mariam Karim Ahlawat
Illustrator : Proiti Roy
Putul lives by the Ganga in a fishing village in Bengal. In the torrential monsoons one year, the mighty river swells over the banks and into the huts and two friendly dolphins come leaping in the water right through Putul's window. Worried that someone might kill them, Putul leads them back into the river. But the strong currents begin to sweep her away… The story highlights the empathetic relationship people share with nature when their everyday lives are so closely linked with it.
2017: Jarul Book Award (shortlisted)
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|Specifications||24 pages; 9.5” x 8.5”; full colour; soft cover|
|Tags||endangered dolphin, marine life, rain, monsoon, nature, conservation, kindness, story set in Bengal|
A well-presented book
The story vividly portrays the poverty of the fishing village, and the monsoon’s fury in that part of the world. The moral that we should not harm wild creatures especially endangered ones as these gentle animals is presented as part of the fable. Youngindiabooks.com