You left your jokes and funny faces in my mind.
You left our secrets and your knitting behind.
I'm still sad. I'll always be.
I love you times infiniteeeeeeeey.
You don't mind
that I can't rhyme.
I don't know how to end this,
will someone help me?
To help Swara, you'd have to dive into her world during the lockdown. Feel the almost-nine-year-old's heart break as she loses her favourite person ever, Pitter Paati. Swara pursues clues to find her, but stumbles upon a crime instead. Expectedly, no one believes her.
Will Swara and her Annoying friends from the detective squad find the Ruth of the Matter in time?
Told with humour and sparkle, this compassionate story is about finding light in the darkest times of our lives. It packs in an intriguing mystery and even a good belly laugh. (Wait, is it OK to laugh?)
Jane De Suza
Jane De Suza is a leading humour writer and columnist. Her books, which have a habit of hitting bestseller charts, include the SuperZero series for kids, Happily Never After and The Spy who lost her Head. She is a management grad, storyteller, advertising Creative Director and now lives between India and Singapore, which is definitely uncool (being 1 degree North of the Equator).