The Worldwide Adventures of Rohini Molini Website: A Link by Michael C. Bungay


The Worldwide Adventures of Rohini Molini, the latest addition to the world of children’s literature, released earlier this year and so far has proved to be available only on the internet or at the Stevenage, Hertfordshire branch of W.H.Smith. Believe me, I know I have looked. Now obviously, I have not actually looked at the books properly as I would look rather ridiculous doing that as a twenty-something but they clearly have a lot of potential nonetheless, I can tell. The basic idea of the books is to teach children, particular the younger kind about the wider world and the different cultures around them whilst at the same time encouraging their imagination through the titular character and her friends going from place to place by means of magic. Indeed, Rohini even meets some of her distant relatives and overseas friends along the way. Now like I say, I have not properly looked at them but they do look potentially good regardless and it is nice to see something different grace the world of children’s literature now and again. It is possible that these books are not easy to find because they were mainly written to also raise awareness of people, children in particular, who are less fortunate than ourselves as the authors Lea and Tim will have stated on the website. Simply click on the link above for further information. So far, young Rohini Molini’s adventures have taken her and her friends to Australia, Spain, India (which ties in with Rohini being of Indian descent and being named after an Indian Sub-City) and latterly Thailand with a proposed future volume in which Rohini and co. go to Turkey now in the pipeline.


About hotcrossbungay

I am originally from Stevenage, Hertfordshire. I have Asperger's Syndrome. My main passion is Motor Racing. In terms of other interests, I will try anything once but I mostly enjoy Performing Arts and Creative Writing.
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