[Reading] ➾ The Magic of the Lost Temple Author Sudha Murty – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Magic of the Lost Temple City Girl Nooni Is Surprised At The Pace Of Life In Her Grandparents Village In Karnataka But She Quickly Gets Used To The Gentle Routine There And Involves Herself In A Flurry Of Activities, Including Papad Making, Organizing Picnics And Learning To Ride A Cycle, With Her New Found Friends Things Get Exciting When Nooni Stumbles Upon An Ancient Fabled Stepwell Right In The Middle Of A Forest.Join The Intrepid Nooni On An Adventure Of A Lifetime In This Much Awaited Book By Sudha Murty That Is Heart Warming, Charming And Absolutely Unputdownable About The AuthorSudha Murty Is The Chairperson Of The Infosys Foundation A Prolific Writer In English And Kannada, She Has Written Novels, Technical Books, Travelogues, Collections Of Short Tories And Non Fiction Pieces, And The Hugely Popular Children S Books Which Have Been Bestsellers Her Books Have Been Translated Into All The Major Indian Languages, And She Has Received Many Awards.



10 thoughts on “The Magic of the Lost Temple

  1. says:

    Its a book for children and it is very hard to rate these books.So the best thing I can do is try to think like a child and review the book.Sudha Murty is a great story teller.The premise is not unique but story telling is marvellous.There are moral science lessons in each chapter which sometimes seem borin


  2. says:

    This was my first Sudha Murthy book and it was just what the city weary doctor ordered.A city girl called Nooni learns to imbibe and appreciate the slower pace of life in her ajja and ajji s small village Somanahalli in Karnataka Adding to the charms of papad making, renewing homemade beauty rituals, munching on


  3. says:

    It s a Children Book Written in a Simple language Story about a city girl s enjoyment and exploring in a grand parents village We can get some good messages for our children.


  4. says:

    This is kind of a OK book for children The book which I read had around 203 pages.The story of the king somanayaka wasintriguing than the main theme of the book.The book occasionally becomes preachy.


  5. says:

    Feel good tale for children, accompanied with a lot of cultural snippets akin to what is received by ost grandchildren from their doting grandparents.


  6. says:

    Simple short story of a girl spending her summer vacation in ancestral home with grandparents Apt for Kids


  7. says:

    After R K Narayan, one author who matches the innocence and the detailed account of daily life events is Ms Sudha Murthy.I loved the book.


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A book for Children and the Author has done a great job in deciphering the mood swings and the mind sets of a 12 year old in the story.Author tried to teach many morals and sometimes they end up...


  9. says:

    Makes me want to visit Somanahally, eat off Ajji s kitcen and garden, go with Ajja on a long walk and take Mahadeva for a trek Cozy little read for babies around 8 years Tempted to try other of Sudha s books 3


  10. says:

    amazing book couldn t just put it down.my daughter who is just as old as nooni in the book was totally excited in reading this book.


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