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Strange and Mysterious Places The World Forgot

Nominated | Book Awards 2020 | Writings for Young Adults

Strange and Mysterious Places The World Forgot

Author: Arthy Muthanna Singh/ Mamta Nainy
Publisher: Rupa Publications

Award Category: Writings for Young Adults
About the Book: 

Have you heard of a lake where you can find hundreds of skeletons floating on the clear, blue waters? Would you believe it if we told you that there’s a gate that drips blood? Have you ever seen a tree as big as an entire forest… or a palace that has no pillars? How about a monastery that looks like a giant honeycomb from a distance?Strap yourself in and get ready for a swashbuckling tour across India with the second book in this exciting new series, A Dozen and a Half Stories, and discover the secrets behind some of the most mysterious places that you didn’t even know existed.From a fort where entry after sunset is forbidden to a one-of-a-kind crater created by a huge chip of the moon, from a church that drowns every monsoon and re-emerges during the summers, to pillars that sing Sa Re Ga Ma, these places will spook you, send shivers down the spine, make you gasp, and leave you with more questions than answers!

About the Author: 

Arthy Muthanna Singh is a children’s writer, freelance journalist, copywriter, editor and cartoonist. She has authored more than 35 books for children. She conducts creative writing workshops and lives in Gurugram. She has been helping her mother conduct the Ooty Literary Festival since 2016. Her present occupation is that of partner at SYLLABLES27, an outfit that produces books for children on a turnkey basis for publishers and organizations that work with children. She hopes to move to Goa someday. Mamta Nainy is a children’s writer and editor. She spent some years in advertising before an apple fell on her head while she was sitting under a mango tree and she had her Eureka moment. She has been writing for children since then. She has authored many books for children, including A Brush with Indian Art, which won The Hindu Young World-Goodbooks Award 2019 in the Best Book Non-Fiction category, and Bioscope, a picture book that featured in the IBBY Honour List 2012.

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