But as they carry on this mad and marvellous expedition, little do they know that destiny has an evil surprise in store for them."
Jeeva Raghunath gets invited to storytelling festivals across the world. A popular performance storyteller, she also conducts workshops on storytelling, drama and language skills. Jeeva represented India twice at the Asian Children’s Festival organised by the National Library Board of Singapore and was part of an Indo-Swedish children's literature project. She writes stories in Tamil and translates children's books from English into Tamil. Jeeva's way with words brings great exuberance to Tulika's Gadagada Gudugudu, Malli, and Gasa Gasa Para Para. She lives in Chennai.
Suvidha Mistry earned her diploma in applied arts from the University of Delhi. In addition to illustrating childrenâ??s books, Mistry enjoys conducting creative workshops for children.