Radha's family (A set of six books)
- Translator: Rama Hardeekar
- ISBN: 978-81-7925-423-3
- Edition: First Edition, Second Reprint
- Pages: 24 X 6 = 144
- Size: 16 cm x 16 cm
- Cover: Paperback
About the book
In this house live not only Radha, but also her aai-baba, nana, aaji and kaka. And also her cousins Gautam and Tanmay. I mean, even if they don’t live there, they come quite often to play with her. So they too are a part of the family, right?
These are cute little stories of this family.
Aai - Sometimes someone asks, “So Radha, tell me, whose favourite are you? Aai’s? Baba’s? Or Aaji’s?” Radha says, “I am everyone’s favourite. But Aai is only mine!!”
Baba - Radha’s baba is not home the whole day. But when he returns, he doesn’t let Radha out of his sight even for a moment. He constantly calls her, “Radhaaa… Radhe… Radhulya…”
Kaka - Kaka is just like the wind, always rushing here and there. Radha always feels he is of her age!
Aaji - “You know Radha, when I was your age…” Whenever aaji says this, Radha is ready to listen to aaji’s childhood stories, with round eyes and ears pricked.
Nana - Radha’s Nana doesn’t go to work every day. He is always at home. So he is there for Radha any time, for as long as she wishes!
Cousins - Radha doesn’t have a brother or a sister. But so what! She has two ‘weekend cousins’ – Gautam and Tanmay!