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Kofi Chronicles

She's bubbly, big-hearted, and brave
Kashvi Ramani
Type: Print Book
Genre: Teens, Performing Arts
Language: English
Price: ₹250 + shipping
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Description

She wakes up with a smile every day, ready to go to school, and imagines a million different jobs she wants to have. But when Kofi tries an unexpected camp for the first time, her life changes. Plays, T.V. shows, managers, movies - her small-town world turns into a dream! What will happen next on her journey? Kofi Chronicles is a 4-part book filled with performing arts, Indian culture, and fun sprinkled throughout!

About the Author

Kashvi Ramani is fondly called ‘Kofi’ by her friends. In Sanskrit, Kashvi means ‘Shining Star.’ She is a budding actress, singer-songwriter and poet. Kashvi grew up in Northern Virginia, close to Washington DC. Kashvi has won awards for her memoirs, scripts, poetry, songs, and acting. She is currently a member of the DC Slam youth poetry team and a professional improv teen company member. Her hobbies are listening to music, reading, and traveling. She enjoys golf and can play the guitar!

Book Details

ISBN: 9781637541784
Publisher: Timbuktoo Publishing
Number of Pages: 120
Dimensions: 5"x8"
Interior Pages: B&W
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)

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ayesha1001 2 months, 1 week ago

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I’ve enjoyed reading about Kofi’s life as it is quite relatable, especially being Indian and living in a different country. It’s interesting to read and understand that everyone has to deal with this when they’re living outside of their home country, especially people of color. However it’s delightful to see that Kofi was still able to be in touch with her Indian culture by enjoying the food and festivals despite not being in India , as it can be quite easy to feel detached from your Indian heritage. Other than this, seeing Kofi’s passion for acting and singing grow was intriguing and exciting as everyone, at their own pace, finds what they’re passionate about. I also like the message about believing in yourself.

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