How often have you felt that you just can�t take it any more? Felt that nothing is worth the head ache, the heart ache? The good news - you are not alone. The bad news � you are not alone � for every teen carries the angst of teenagedom as a badge of honour and sometimes dishonour. Welcome to the battle zone of twenty young people who stand on the precipice of choices and dilemmas. Gritty, stories of courage, hope and love. Stories that are not only for you, but about you.
About the Author
Paro Anand can�t stop writing books for children, young adults and adults, although many people tell her she should slow down. She also works with children in schools and NGOs, through her programme Literature in Action. She is a world record holder for helping children make the World�s Longest Newspaper. She has been awarded for her contribution to children�s literature by The Russian Centre for Science and Culture. On Republic Day 2007, Dr Kalam, the President of India, honoured her for her writing. Her book, No Guns at My Son�s Funeral was on the IBBY Honour List and The Little Bird who Held the Sky Up with His Feet was one of three books from India selected for the 1001 Books to Read Before you Grow Up , a listing of the gold standard for children's literature worldwide.
Ratings and Reviews
6 Ratings &
The book is very old . The pages have become yellowish like rust
In what claims to be a revised edition of master storyteller Paro Anand’s fantastic collection of short stories, find yourself immersed in the world of gritty teens and their terrific tales at the turn of every page. Featuring twenty stories, few of which have appeared previously, Like Smoke is one book that every teen should delve into at some point or the other, simply for that reassurance that spoken words cannot give. The Love, War, Religion, Racism, Heartbreak and Death contained in th...