Sappu ke Dost
Sappu has many friends. One of them plays football. His father died prematurely, so now he sells vegetables as a street vendor. Neither could he leave football nor his friendship with Sappu. Also, those three friends who spent day and night looking for a dog.
11 stories about friendship, about watching a film together, traveling together, teasing each other, and also of mourning together. These stories would keep reminding you of your childhood friends…and you were also like Sappu in your childhood, weren’t you? So, this book would not only re-acquaint you with your friends but also yourself. So many stories of your childhood and your friends would come back to you…
In these stories, you would find children from all socio-economic classes and religions. People, market, home, school, train- these stories have everything. Swayam Prakash ji received Sahitya Academy Award for the previous collection of these stories.
These stories are illustrated by the famous artist Allen Shaw. From his window in Berlin, he could picture Sappu and his friends and illustrate them. If he can meet him…why can’t you?