Nimmi's Spectabulous Schooldays

Nimmi's Spectabulous Schooldays

by Shabnam Minwalla

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Overview

Nimmi Daruwala is starting Grade 6, and she is sure it is going to be absolutely SPECTABULOUS! Will it?

Eleven-year-old Nimmi Daruwala does not like her last name at all, nor Sumit, her chief tormentor and general pie-faced classmate. But she loves drama, Miss Tanvi, her drama teacher—and, most of all, inventing utterly unusual words. On the first day of Grade 6, Nimmi wakes up thinking it is going to be a spectacular+fabulous=spectabulous year. But starting with an ill-fitting skort, nothing goes right for her. Sumit is suddenly on the same school bus as her. Her best friend Sophia is talking in a strange singsong accent and is friendly with mean girl Alisha Dubash. And Nimmi’s favourite drama teacher has taken the year off. In her place there is the dull, pale-eyed Miss Aatmaja, who brands Nimmi the Troublemaker of Grade 6!

With jumping rubber spiders, tumbling candy coloured school furniture, a principal with one too many bright ideas, and a birthday party where almost everything goes wrong, Nimmi’s Spectabulous Schooldays is hilarious and dramatic and a story every schoolchild will relate to.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789387693791
Publisher: Speaking Tiger Publishing Pvt Ltd
Publication date: 06/10/2018
Pages: 162
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.35(d)
Age Range: 7 - 12 Years

About the Author

'Shabnam Minwalla' has worked as a journalist with the 'Times of India', and writes food columns, book reviews and features for 'Business Line', 'Times of India 'and 'DNA'. Her first book, 'The Six Spellmakers of Dorabji Street', was critically acclaimed and won the Rivokids Parents' and Kids' Choice Award. It is being used as a reader by many schools and has also been converted into a play. Her other books include 'The Strange Haunting of Model High School', 'The Shy Supergirl', 'Lucky Girl 'and 'What Maya Saw'. Shabnam got her MA in Journalism at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. She was also a Chevening Scholar at Wolfson College in Cambridge.

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