Review #48: Our Nana Was a Nutcase

52 reviews of 2015Much as I admire Ranjit Lal, I’d have to admit that some of his recent work has been a mix of hits and misses. Despite that, he has remained a pioneer of sorts in Indian children’s writing, picking up topics that have been considered taboo for younger readers. In Our Nana Was a Nutcase, four children watch their beloved grandfather being consumed by dementia and grapple with how that changes their lives.

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