Saffron Tree reviews Wisha Wozzariter

When the crocus was announced this year, it sort of made me think of a book I just read, in a totally different light. We all undertake journeys, almost all the time. Children take the school bus and we go to work in different modes of transportation, we all walk to...

The Hindu reviews Wisha Wozzariter: Write all you can

Follow Wisha as she travels to the Market Place to collect Ideas. “Oh! I could have written this,” is what Wisha says when she finishes reading a book. Ten-year-old Wisha is a voracious reader and can read at anytime of the day. And though she hates bad books, good...

ingoodbooks.com reviews Wisha Wozzariter

Wisha Wozzariter by Payal Kapadia is a delightful read for all young ones and the older ones (like me) who still call Enid Blyton their favourite author; followed by Roald Dahl (who I discovered in my adulthood but quickly devoured most of his writings) What got me to...

Femina reviews Wisha Wozzariter

This is the story of a girl who wished she was a writer. Her name was Wisha Wozzariter. She hated bad books, but there was something she hated even more: a good book. That’s because whenever she read a good book, she ended up feeling that she could have done a better...