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Rasil Ahuja
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Life’s not always fair . . .
and neither are we

Auditions are on for the seventh grade annual play. Lina sets her heart and sights on the lead role, but the drama teacher seems to think Lina isn’t the right shade for the part. All Lina wants is a #FAIRCHANCE to try out for the role. Will narrow-minded Miss Deepa derail Lina’s dream?

Meher finds maths far more interesting, and less dramatic, than Macbeth. When her extroverted BFF Lina suddenly becomes distraught and withdrawn, Meher tries to figure out what she may have done wrong, but things just don’t seem to add up. Will their friendship fade or will Meher find a solution to this problem and score #FRIENDSHIPGOALS?

Imprint: India Puffin

Published: Nov/2020

ISBN: 9780143451341

Length : 192 Pages

MRP : ₹250.00

Unfair

Rasil Ahuja

Life’s not always fair . . .
and neither are we

Auditions are on for the seventh grade annual play. Lina sets her heart and sights on the lead role, but the drama teacher seems to think Lina isn’t the right shade for the part. All Lina wants is a #FAIRCHANCE to try out for the role. Will narrow-minded Miss Deepa derail Lina’s dream?

Meher finds maths far more interesting, and less dramatic, than Macbeth. When her extroverted BFF Lina suddenly becomes distraught and withdrawn, Meher tries to figure out what she may have done wrong, but things just don’t seem to add up. Will their friendship fade or will Meher find a solution to this problem and score #FRIENDSHIPGOALS?

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Rasil Ahuja

An army brat, Rasil Ahuja lived in Delhi, Udhampur, Ambala, Baroda, the US and Bhopal-all before the age of twelve. This explains why she is always on the move-be it a new house, city, country or idea. The biggest move was leaving a career in technology to teach. Her passion for education, combined with a love for stories, led her to write for children. When she isn't writing for work, she's writing for fun. When she isn't writing, she's travelling, baking and playing sports. Rasil currently lives in Bangalore with her husband and seven-year-old son, who is teaching her meditation.