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Chiku in a Rabbit Hole Lockdown diaries of Chiku and other stories

Author Name: Moushumi Ananthakrishnan | Format: Paperback | Genre : Children & Young Adult | Other Details

A tribute to the many phases of life, Storyyogi stories, encourages us to see the other perspective of events happening around us in an assorted platter. The lockdown series in this book presents Chiku, a 11-year-old boy who chooses to diarise specific events or experiences that happen in his life during the Covid-19 lockdown. Every chapter written will resonate with most of us and we may end up saying “this happened to me too”. Our hero, Chiku, presents every account of his sentiment in a most comical way, but he also is not an exception for the wreaking havoc that is caused during the pandemic. The jumbo roller coaster ride of Chiku and Chinu during lockdown will surely tickle your funny bone. Accompanying the lockdown series, are some light hearted stories that celebrate the spirit of being happy, humble, courageous, responsible and all those fleeting emotions that make our lives easy and worth living. 

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Moushumi Ananthakrishnan

Moushumi Ananthakrishnan is an ex-banker and a finance management graduate by qualification. She has chosen creative writing as second innings of her career after acquiring 14 years of banking experience. Born and brought up in Mumbai, she belongs to a family of avid readers. She grew up reading classic English novels and comics of her childhood that helped her discover the passion for reading and writing. 

Moushumi founded storyyogi.com in 2019, an educational website that aims at creating a knowledge space for the young and old. She loves travelling and exploring cultures of far and near. 

Moushumi lives in Mumbai with her husband, Ananth and two sons, Arnav and Advait. 

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