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Sometimes Mama, Sometimes Papa

Sometimes Mama, Sometimes Papa

Nandini Nayar
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For children and changing families who have two unique homes. Peek into the simplest solutions for understanding one of life’s most difficult moments–separation.

When Keya’s parents stopped living together, unusual things happened.
Keya became the only girl in her class with two homes.
‘Where will you live?’
‘Who will you live with?’
‘Sometimes Mama,’ Keya said, ‘sometimes Papa!’

This heart-warming story with comforting pictures reassures young readers that parents, whether alone or together, are always there for them.

Mama and Papa are always wonderful together.
Perhaps, they will be wonderful separately too?

Imprint: India Puffin

Published: Jan/2021

ISBN: 9780143451143

Length : 32 Pages

MRP : ₹250.00

Sometimes Mama, Sometimes Papa

Nandini Nayar

For children and changing families who have two unique homes. Peek into the simplest solutions for understanding one of life’s most difficult moments–separation.

When Keya’s parents stopped living together, unusual things happened.
Keya became the only girl in her class with two homes.
‘Where will you live?’
‘Who will you live with?’
‘Sometimes Mama,’ Keya said, ‘sometimes Papa!’

This heart-warming story with comforting pictures reassures young readers that parents, whether alone or together, are always there for them.

Mama and Papa are always wonderful together.
Perhaps, they will be wonderful separately too?

Select Preferred Format

Nandini Nayar

As a child, Nandini Nayar dreamt of writing stories. When her first book was published, she knew this was what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Since then, she has written over 300 stories and fifty children's books (and counting). Her short stories have appeared in magazines like Tinkle, Dimdima and the children's sections of newspapers like The Hindu, Sakal Times and the Hitavada, besides being published in several anthologies. Find out more about this award-winning writer at www.nandininayar.in.

About the illustrator
Upamanyu Bhattacharyya is an animation film-maker and illustrator based in Kolkata. A graduate of the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, he co-directed the award-winning animated short film Wade.

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