Book Reviews

Barefoot Souls by Randeep Dhillon Mand

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ StoryMirror Infotech Pvt Ltd (13 June 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 94 pages

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Children weave one of the most imaginative and unique stories. Their stories reflect innocence and purity. Usually, they see the world with rose-tinted glasses where there is no room for bad. However, at times, they are aware of the dragons and monsters. And they believe that these bad powers could be tamed by good.

Good always triumphs over evil.

Barefoot Souls is a collection of short stories curated by Randeep Dhillon Mand. Mand is involved in her venture, The Fable Garden, where she revives the enthusiasm of young minds to tell stories. This book comprises wonderful stories written by the champs of age group 8-14. Their flair at writing such narratives certainly took me by surprise.

At one point, we read about a tractor that comes to life in Punjab. He poignantly talks about the insensitivity of its human owner. At another point, we read about the lifelong lizard. The stories are expressions of adventure, family values, time travel, imagination, dreams, and everything good. I am in awe of the writing of the young authors who have put up an engrossing show for the readers of this book.

Barefoot Souls is a well-written and presented book with engaging storylines and illustrations. It is a recommended pick for the children. When they will read books by their friends, they’ll be motivated to wander in the land of their imagination. Also, isn’t the cover very very pretty?

Kudos to the author who took the initiative of collecting stories from our young and talented writers. Not to mention, we have great authors in making.

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