Author: Richa Jha
Illustrator: Sumanta Dey
Publisher: Pickle Yolk Books
When Gopu’s father (Baba) falls sick, the visually impaired Gopu knows he would have to step out alone. He negotiates the crowds, the markets and the traffic of the city of Calcutta, all by himself, to reach his grandma’s house to get her to cook Baba’s favourite fish curry. Does he succeed in bringing it home to him? In this book, Richa Jha writes as much about the courage of Gopu as she does about the sounds and smells of a bustling metropolis. Sumanta Dey brings alive the city of Calcutta between the covers of this book and makes the readers feel they are walking alongside Gopu.
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This book gives us an insight to the world of west Bengal.sometimes seeing is not everything.the smells,the sounds,the texture.This book helps us realise the world from a different perspective.
I liked it because it was fun and interesting with many colourful pictures. what I didnt like was I did not understand most of the hindi words in the book.
Even if you are alone you still need to take risk for your family & Friends. Even if you are blind you can make use of other senses like smell and touch. You should be brave to do anything for who needs help. You must be caring towards your family even if there problems. It is good to face your fears.
This book conveyed many ideas and emotions .it told us about how the blind boy crossed the streets and it expressed sadness
THIS BOOK TALKS ABOUT GOPU FATHER WHEN HE FALLS SICK , HE STEPS OUT OF THE HOUSE ALONE TO GO TO MARKET TO FIND SOME MEDICINES FOR HIS LOVING , CARING FATHER . THIS BOOKS TALKS ABOUT COURAGE AND BRAVERY. READERS GET THE FELLING AS IF THEY ARE WALKING ALONG SIDE OF GOPU
EVERYONE MUST READ THIS BOOK
it was a bit hard to understand and a bit emotional the story wasnt that good
It was very very good because the boy was blind but still he could understand things.
I loved this book because a kid who was blind went so far without anyone's help.I liked this book so much.I want this book to stay in the library.
A very nice childrens book, it was a little unclear where Gopu was visually impaired or not and we only found that out after we read the summary.
But over all it was very nice and easy to read.
This book is emotional because it showed how he travel crossed the streets and how he was blind. The cared about his dad and took care of him was very sweet and i really liked the booked