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Book Review: How the Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty (A Puffin Chapter Book)

How the Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty Book Review by Njkinny- Njkinny's Blog

About the Book:

Title and Author: How the Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty
No. of Pages: 40
Publication Date: 3rd July 2019 by Puffin Books, Penguin Random House India Pvt Ltd.
Genre: Chapter Book, Children Fiction, Moral Story, Short Story, Indian moral story


Book Review: How the Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty


How the Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty is the story of how the sea that was once sweet came to be salty!

The first chapter book by the author in a new series of chapter books, this one is a rich and beautifully narrated story that is simple and yet potent in the message it conveys. 


Book Review: How the Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty (A Puffin Chapter Book)- Njkinny's Blog

Book Review: How the Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty (A Puffin Chapter Book)- Njkinny's Blog



 the illustrations are beautiful and will attract young readers- How The  Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty Review on Njkinny's Blog


The illustrations are beautiful and instantly hooked my three year old who claims that of all his books, this one is his absolute favourite!


The cover is engaging and will attract young and old readers alike. The paper quality is superior and easy to handle for kids. The binding and the size of the book is also suitable for young hands.

A perfect gift to give to your child, this is one book that expertly handles the balance between written text and beautifully done illustrations to engage and educate children.

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How the Sea Became Salty by Sudha Murty is a book that will be loved by kids and adults alike. 5 super shiny stars out of 5 to it and Njkinny recommends this chapter book to all young readers. This is one of those books that can be read any number of times and still hold its allure.

I received the book from the publishers, Puffin Books, and I am very thankful to them. The above is my honest and unbiased review.

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10 comments:

  1. Great review! Looks like a wonderful read for kids to read this summer.

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  2. This seems like an amazing book, i would love to grab it and read it with my kid. Amazing reco.

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  3. I love books and am always on the lookout for some new titles. When we read, we open ourselves to the world of the infinite and beauty.

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  4. I would love to read this book myself...I am still young at heart :-D ...It sounds like a cute book to read!

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    1. Who says we cant read children's books? Do what you wish. :)

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  5. The illustrations really do make a good children's story better!

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    1. So true Erin. Illustrations make the story more real and this book has such beautiful illustrations. :)

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