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A fishing village, Goa.
Lucky finds himself in a ramshackle cottage on Mangrove Lane as the son of the humans, the Costas. The vulnerable yet resilient fellow has three burning questions.
First, is he the only dinosaur in the world?
Second, are his peculiar wings a cruel trick of nature or its miracle?
Third, is a pair of toxic-looking vultures stalking him or is it his imagination?
The troubles that befall Lucky, take him from the fishing village in Goa to the witch Kika’s house in the jungle; to 100 B.C. Egypt, and from the icy peaks of the North Pole to the barren desert of Kutch.
The human children; the serial cartwheel spinner Peter, and his fearless karate-nerd sister Eva are Lucky’s co-passengers in his magical adventure rides.
Prize-winning author Nomita Khanna has debated on stage to win trophies, conducted summer camps for children, splashed oil-paint on canvas, crocheted caps and mittens for toddlers, and written stories for Femina, a leading magazine in India. Several of these won her prizes such as a trip to London, a Mont Blanc pen, a Cartier pen, and Swarovski earrings. She makes her home in India with her family, a sizeable collection of books and a growing number of unfinished puzzle boards.
She is the author, most recently, of ‘LUCKY COSTASAURUS and the Golden-Winged Vultures’ a book for children aged 9-13. The protagonist in this debut novel is vulnerable, yet mostly resilient unlike Nomita who is terrified of many things big and small, including but not limited to small talk, public toilets, parking lots, and strangely; barbers.
When she isn’t writing, she’s probably playing the keyboard, watching Grace & Frankie on Netflix, or plotting and planning a tough treasure hunt for little ones.