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|Posté le: Mar 4 Juil - 19:27 (2017) Sujet du message: I Tried To FIT In Struggles Of A Common Indian Girl
From the core of my heart, comes this short book of memoirs, which I am sure, any kid from middle class India can relate to. Some don’t ponder over it and some rebel. I pondered, rebelled, fought and finally accepted to be different. Fit-in, a word, if we ask our parents, might be replied back as “Yes, the right fit to a dress”. Right from the time we learn to crawl and pee only in the bathroom, we are molded and shaped by our parents. Also, it so happens that a mother is more responsible for a child’s way of thinking. What if the child starts thinking on their own and act accordingly? A guide to all the confused and angry young Indian kids and how to handle such situations. All the incidents mentioned in the book happen to classic samples, and I have not named any single person for the same.
bound: 55 pages
publisher: Independently published (April 30, 2017)
isbn: 1521194513, 978-1521194515,
weight: 4.8 ounces (