Simmi knows her sister Lolo very well. She can tell what Lolo is up to even with her eyes closed. Here is a simple book that introduces the concept of sound to young readers. From listening to a melodious Kajari to watching tiny waterfalls and from the lovely scent of moist soil to the smell of Amma’s pakodas, Meenu loves every bit of the monsoon. Ghum-Ghum Gharial is out on her very first swim when she realizes that her family has swum off without her. Will she find them? Swim along the river Ganga with Ghum-Ghum and meet many amazing creatures along the way! Is mango panna better in taste than lassi or is falooda better than both of these? Well, the only way to find out is to enjoy these and that is what Meenu is doing! What else can you do in summer? So many flowers, so many colours, so many birds and squirrels chirping and jumping around Meenu! She is enchanted by nature at its best. It is spring time. Akara is a standing line. Linio is a sleeping line. The two friends go out to play with their other line friends. What do you think happens?