198 x 129mm
Jan 11, 2024
Nikhil and Jay: Flying High
By Chitra Soundar
Illustrated by Soofiya
In this fourth book for early readers about the irrepressible British Asian brothers, Nikhil and Jay, the boys have four fun adventures at home
Nikhil and Jay feel sorry for Appa when he falls and hurts his ankle, but they make him feel better by playing Dayan, the Indian Board Game; litter-picking at the Clean and Green Club is great fun when the boys do it in the park with all their friends; one windy day Nikhil, Jay, Amma and Appa make kites and decorate them – and have a fantastic time flying them; Jay doesn’t like tidying up but he discovers that putting away his toys can be a fun game when he does it together with Nikhil!
The Nikhil and Jay series is perfect for children moving on from picture books to longer storybooks
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Soofiya's design practice centres around illustration, visual identity and book design, with most clients tending to be in the arts, cultural and activist sector. Soofiya's art practice and writings aim to articulate a commentary on gender, race, politics and bodies through a DIY and therapeutically informed approach.
Part of Soofiya's practice includes lecturing and work in HE as an educator and , Soof is a visiting lecturer at Ravensbourne and Brighton University.
Currently Soofiya is a Teaching Fellow in Digital Design Foundations at The Institute of Creativity and Innovation in China in partnership with Xiamen University and UCA
Soofiya delivers visiting lectures across the UK in museums, galleries and universities, part of their work includes consultancy and corporate facilitation
Soofiya's writing has been in a handful of books, including Can We All Be Feminists published internationally as well as independent magazines and newspapers both online and in print.
Chitra Soundar is an Indian-born British writer, based in London. Chitra grew up on a wholesome diet of stories from Indian myths and epics. Chitra has written over 20 books for children and many of her stories are set in India. She regularly goes into schools to tell stories and conduct workshops.