Ahmedabad, India, August 31, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Sripriya Sundararaman's Super Savers to the Rescue is the first in the series of children's story books entitled Umachi Adventures.
One day a girl named Sonal Anand receives an email informing her about some mysterious book which foretells extinction of the Bengal tiger in a future which is not very far away. There is no knowing who sends this email. And also the purpose behind shooting it off to a kid like her is not known. But it so turns out that the email seems to have reached the right person.
Sonal reasons out these brain-teasers between her sister, Ekta, and her friends, Roger, Alex and Vicki. They feel called upon to do something for the poor creatures called Bengal tigers. All five of them form a cell and name it "Super SAVERs." What adds to what otherwise would have been childishness takes on a very serious note when someone starts giving them clues about how to proceed in this matter.
The crux of the whole adventure of the kids is this: Will they be able to save tigers? The whole thing is fraught with profound irony: frail kids doing the unimaginable to save one of the mightiest species in the world. To find out what happens, buy your copy of the story.
About the Author
Sripriya Sundararaman is the founder of Umachi Books. Though by profession she is an expert in Computer Science and a software professional and has had considerable experience of having worked in large US-based business houses, she is able to give a twist to her career by embarking on the profession sustained by fancy and imagination, things which have nothing to do with science. But the fact is that she is one of those few gifted people endowed with exceptional imagination.
What's more, what she serves to the children has profoundly religious over and undertones. She also puts social sites to good use by roping in the parents to inform them about her mission and how they can help their children with her works.