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Stripling Tales Unboxing Teen Life

Author Name: Akshata Singh | Format: Paperback | Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction | Other Details

Teenage is a stage of life where teens are confused about the decisions they have to make. Stripling Tales tells you about the day-to-day life struggles a teen goes through. It’s all about their topsy-turvy experiences. The different characters in different tales experience different struggles and have different curiosities like

Will Sapna be able to overcome the humiliation by her classmates?

Will Tara come to know about the lies her friend told her?

Will Rajat be able to understand the intentions of Suhana?

Will Ekta and Anuj be able to find the truth behind Aparna’s wonderful marks?

Will Mayura understand what overconfidence can lead to?

To get answers for all the questions and know the daunting experiences of the striplings, stay tuned with Stripling Tales.

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Akshata Singh

Akshata Singh is a 14-year-old girl studying in 10th grade in Delhi Public School, Kalyanpur, Kanpur. She is a high schooler and thus was excited to write down the high school experiences she senses around her. She is very fond of writing and literature. She is a bronze medalist in National Science Olympiad. Being good in literature, she is also curious about science. She truly believes that her grandmother’s and her mother’s valuable life lessons have nurtured her. She was also awarded by Adopt Foundation for helping orphans in kind and generous ways. She thinks that everything around her is beautiful and has some speciality. She loves nature and the environment and has won first prize in the slogan competition ‘Moksha ­­­­– A Sankalp’ to set eco-peace and has also participated in many eco-peace rallies. She is fond of hosting events and has won many prizes in debates and speaking skill competitions. At last, she says, “Life is a story; you just need to write it.”