Chakrampur is a prosperous little town thanks to its smart mayor, Piloo Paheliji. He loves to show off how clever he is by asking riddles no one can answer, and even celebrates a Riddle Day every year. Whoever can answer his riddle that day stands to win a thousand rupees. But twelve years have gone by, and there have been no winners. The thirteenth Riddle Day dawns... Author Nadine D'Souza is more than a match for Paheliji as she confounds confusion by cleverly drawing on something kids find fun all over the world. Riddles are a part of every culture and that's what this book celebrates. The illustrations capture all the fun of the story.
|Book Title||The 13th Riddle (The Thirteenth Riddle)|
|Author||Nadine D'Souza (Nadine D'Souza)|