Coming Round the Mountain – Tigger Reviews

A young teen has his life roll out beautifully and he is shown to enjoy it as any other boy would. But as soon as he realizes what freedom means, he is forced to say bye to a few friends who grew up with him. How he understands his own emotions as the event ubravel is the story of this book.

I loved the way the author explains small and big events with as much details necessary for anyone to imagine the scene in their own minds. A student getting punished, a kid enjoying his jalebi, a young sports enthusiast loving his football, a library period which brought back the most precious moments of the 90s kids in me. Do kids these days even have a dedicated period for library? How previlidged we were to have such beautiful memories at school when Technology hadn’t crept in much except for a pinball video game.

He also has 2 other books in the same time period – ‘Looking for the Rainbow‘ and ‘Till the Clouds Roll by‘ and I have been better by the bug to start them next.

Coming Round the Mountain – Front Cover Picture

Coming Round the Mountain – Back Cover Picture

Name of the Book: Coming Round The Mountain

Author: Ruskin Bond is an all famous Indian author from Mussorie. He is know for his books targetted towards kids, pre teen, teens and young adults. His first novel was published when he was 17years old and this special book was published as he turned 85years old last month (May 2019)

Publisher: Puffin Books by Penguin Random House India – a name that is quite famous for churning some beautoful fictional titles and hard to out down non-fiction books as well. They are also quite famous for publishing quite a lot of books in multiple languages that include Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Urdu, Gujarati, and Bengali

Price: Rs. 250 INR is the MRP of the Book

Where to buy:

Physical Book: Available in stores. Click here for the direct Amazon paperback buying link priced at Rs. 175/-

E-Book: Click here to buy the Kindle Edition for Rs. 167/-

Did you come across any other book that deals with kids’ emotions and the history of such countries? Do share in the comments below.

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