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The C-O-V-I-D Thief

Author Name: Jayant Patwari | Format: Paperback | Genre : Young Adult Fiction | Other Details

When the world was reeling during the COVID lockdown, 11-year-old child author Jayant Patwari imagined a new twist to the COVID times.

Sharmu is a petty thief on the lookout for a major heist.

Aadi is a runaway robber chased by the police across the country.

Buddhiman is a scientist who invents all sorts of crazy things in his laboratory.

Futuristic gadgets that help them clone themselves, shrink in size, become powerful and float in the air are just a few that aid these young boys as they want to get rich and famous. 

Just when they think that they’ve hit luck, the coronavirus is accidentally leaked out into the world from Buddhiman’s laboratory. Buddhiman catches COVID, Aadi gets arrested and Sharmu is on his own.

Read the tumultuous journey of Sharmu to find out what happens next.

All the images are hand illustrated, giving a unique twist.

When you buy the book, part of the proceeds goes towards the education of underprivileged children

 

"11-year-old child author Jayant Patwari has a unique eye for details, a new sense of humor, and an instinct of a natural storyteller. He is a new kid on the block to watch out for."

-Biswanath Dasgupta

Editor & Creative Director, The Telegraph in Schools (TTIS)

 

"Ingeniously written and thoroughly gripping! The product of a fertile imaginative mind."

-Patrick San Franceso, 

World Renowned Energy Healer & Humanitarian

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Jayant Patwari

Award-winning, kidpreneur Jayant Patwari is an 11-year-old child author who studies in New Horizon Public School, Bangalore. An avid reader, he started a community library, ‘Just be a Bookworm’, during COVID times—an entrepreneurial venture that won him the All India Kidpreneur award from Young Indian and CII (Confederation of Indian Industry). 

It was his passion for books and running his library that inspired him to write The C-O-V-I-D Thief. 

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