In the Press
"A great weekend read for all ages"
"...10 such moments from her life, each bringing out values such as focus, wit, a no-nonsense approach and integrity; and wove them into a single narrative."
"This book is a delightful ode to Homai and her adventures. "
"Something that we've always loved about Nandita da Cunha's fiction is that it's very rooted in reality"
"Instead of a format that feeds you a moral, the book investigates several subtle themes"
"Read the book to be a part of the delightful chaos and humour"
"da Cunha's latest offering has her trademark humour and thoughtfulness"
"Riveting tales of adventure and Fantasy"
The Hindu Young World, April 2022
Hindustan Times, March 2022
"Penned by an award winning children's book author, this is a travelogue about responsible, sustainable tourism. Readers learn how to appreciate varied cultures, people and places"
A short story titled "Magdu and her Mirror", on beauty and acceptance features in the Talespin, Hindu YW,
"The style is crisp and engaging to command the attention of otherwise easily distracted kids"
"The Lyrical prose and striking illustrations tell a charming tale about how a young girl discovers music"
"A very touching story of hope and optimism"
'The Miracle on Sunderbaag Street' was selected for the Parag Honour List (2021) - 'a curated collection of outstanding books for children'
"Soha Ali Khan launches Parag's Honour List 2021"
Bookworm Column features 'Just like Papa'
Hindu Young World, Jan 2021
"Heartwarming and beautifully illustrated, we highly recommend" - Sangeeta Bhansali, Kahani Tree
Bookworm Column features 'The Miracle on Sunderbaag Street'
Hindu Young World, Oct 2020
"definitely an indication that honest first timers can churn out works which are original, entertaining and full of the chutzpah expected of a good work of fiction"
Westwide Plus, March 2007
"...as fantastic as fantasy can get"
Mid-Day Metro, March 2007
Deccan Herald, February 2007
"da Cunha's literary debut would probably transport the reader back to their childhood"
The Afternoon, February 2007
"Magic is used as a toll to charm and intrigue readers through melodious Maya - the wonderland of imagination"
The Pioneer, November 2006