Book: Nimmu and Missing Friend by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthycategories: Book, Children, Family and Relationship, Values, Life, Nimmu, Sociology, Goals, Balance Scorecard, Numero Uno, Friendship
Vishnuvarthanan Moorthyabout this book: It's about a school student Nimmu and his decision and choice when it comes to personal goals and relationships. This is a true story and the characters are real, and it has situations which we all have encountered in our life, and we made our decisions too, however are we happy for what we achieved? its time to think and priotize our goals and help our children to grow in the right direction.
"Nimmu" is the real name of the boy and I chose the word "missing" instead of lost, because it happened in a way, that it's not really a fault of anyone, however with some initiation from "Nimmu" or from his friend, it could have been prevented, also it communicates that if his friend is reading this book, he can be back with Nimmu.
Retrieving the exact details and ensuring the nativity is not lost, when it reaches the global audience was the tricky part in writing this book. Because the fun elements those children had were to be captured as it was.
I would request the readers to read this book. considering either "Nimmu" as a child which you know or yourself as "Nimmu". After completion of this book, you may want to talk to your child and ensure that he don't misses anything and he doesn't have goals in his mind, which can disturb his social life.
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