Young Earth Authors (2020)
Haju is most surprised to see a hole right in the far coast of the ocean! Inside the hole, Haju sees a different world! She has an amazing adventure and meets friends who tell her about a really important issue. But can Haju save the ocean - and her friends.
Read this beautiful story by 5th grader Athiya.
I like writing. Here. About my life. I feel empty, like something is missing, but I don't know what. I wish to belong. This is the story of my journey to find my place in the world. What is my place in the world?
This complex and deep narrative reflects our modern times. Kudos to 8th grader Anam for portraying a dilemma haunting our teens.
Unknown to many, there is a small forest, nestled in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Chennai, and in this forest reside twelve of our friends, who invite you to have a peek in a day of their life and to liven it with colour. Do you accept their invitation?
An lovely story told from multiple perspectives by 8th grader Abdullah.
"Millions of animals suffered. There were dead fish all around. I, too, was stuck in sticky oil, not able to move"- Olivia.
Olivia is an Olive Ridley sea turtle. Her Ocean life is filled with adventures. But through her journey she faces many hardships. Will she survive to tell her story to other young Olive Ridleys?
A lovely tale by 6th grader Mansoor.
Kids learn about pollution by going on a fun adventure with Polly (a ball of CO2) in search of something to save the world.
7th grader Sarah uses the novel viewpoint of the villain to make a point.
A special backpack that gets lost in a little eco-park, meets a cunning cat who refuses to take this little backpack back. What must the backpack do to go back to its owner?
A lovely lovely tale by 8th grader Shahana.
Saraal Sadiq is a bird from Mongolia. Who, enchanted by his Emee's stories, desperately wants to visit the great marsh of Pallikaranai. But what he sees there is not exactly bird paradise.
An engaging story by 7th grader Khadijah.