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After finding out he as ADD, he and his family find ways for him to cope with his problem and strive to be better. Arranged as both a picture book and a general fiction book, this book should appeal to any age.
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I found the story line okay, but I just didn't believe the characters. Was Ben suffering from ADD or simply not being held responsible for his actions? We won't know because it's not made certain. Kids who see themselves as "less than" [forgetful, clumsy, criticized by siblings all the time] may find a friend in Ben.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Jeanne Gehret. Jeanne Gehret. Anthony in costume and researching her family since I wrote her biography in This is a story about stuffed birds and suicide missions. Stranger things have happened in Tamil noir.
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Suba, along with writers like Rajesh Kumar and Pattukottai Prabhakar — and before them, Sujatha — was a part of the explosion of Tamil crime writing in the s and s. Their stories were serialised in magazines, printed as monthly novels, and devoured by a people on the move.
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Like in many other cultures, Tamil crime fiction drew on the energy of a fast-moving, unequal city, caught in several time zones simultaneously. They were students of Presidency College, Madras, when they met, both drawn to writing and not the clockwork inevitability of a nine-to-five job.
When the time came to apply to a short-story contest hosted by Kalki in , the friends demurred. Why not send in one story?
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Over four decades, they wrote odd novels, including family dramas and socials, as well as sleuths as diverse as the slum-dwelling Murugesan and the dashing Sherlock Kamal Kumar. Their writing styles have blended into one. As have other aspects of their life: they live next door to each other, only climbing up to the top-floor studio to discuss plots for the film scripts that they now write.
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