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Author Name: Poems By: Neetra Chakraborty, Illustrated By: Ritodhee Chatterjee | Format: Paperback | Genre : Children & Young Adult | Other Details

Life is all about the small joys and sorrows, the little successes and goof-ups, the people that surround us, and the everyday moments. 24 by 12 is a celebration of these simple snapshots of life. A shopaholic mom, the monster in the kitchen, a stranger at the bus stop, two lovebirds separated forever—meet all of them and many more in this collection of 24 poems that poses the funny with the poignant, the silly with the serious and the mundane with the impossible. Ride the carousel with a 12-year-old and see the world through her eyes.

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Poems By: Neetra Chakraborty, Illustrated By: Ritodhee Chatterjee

Author Bio

An avid reader, Neetra has been penning poems since she was 9 years old. Funny, witty, sensitive, and compassionate are words that can be used to describe this little girl, as well as her collection of poems. Neetra’ s entry in the ‘Letters about Literature 2019’ contest, organized by the United States Library of Congress, was judged the winner in all of California. In 2021, her poem “Undefined “was awarded the Gold Key at the prestigious Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

Illustrator Bio

Shy and with a mind teeming with ideas, Ritodhee is a high schooler who speaks with his sketches and art. Many of his artworks are still life and abstract doodles with elements of science fiction. For the last two years his digital art submission was chosen as one of the finalists in the 2019 and 2020 CapRadio Print & NPR Tiny Desk Contest. His painting Tour of San Francisco on a Sea Lion statue has been selected as one of the top 30 Sea Lions and is currently on public display at Pier39 in San Francisco.