Nimesh the Adventurer
Nimesh is a kid. He is in school, but he imagines he is in a dragon cave. He imagines the school corridor is on the bottom of the ocean. He imagines the road as the North Pole. He imagines the crossing guard as a guard for an Indian king. He sees the pastry shop as a pirate ship. The local park is a garden with a princess in it. He goes home. He doesn’t imagine anything at home.
This is a picture book. Someone is talking to Nimesh. It could be the reader. There are clues on the previous pages to what Nimesh imagines. For example, he sees a poster about sharks right before he swims across the bottom of the ocean. I don’t really get the one about the princess, though. There were no clues. The illustrations are okay. Some things look really real, like the muffins and the bread. They could be photos. The people look kind of flat. There are a lot of words in the pictures. It’s fun to guess what Nimesh is going to imagine. This is a good book for kids three and up.
|Author||Ranjit Singh • Mehrdokht Amini, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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