Four scrappy kids romp through a series of adventures and mishaps, accompanied by a pint-sized mob of friends and pets. They devise sinister plots to kidnap the Tooth Fairy, dress up as Egyptian Mummies and leap out at unsuspecting strangers on dark nights, smuggle puppies into the house, drive their starchy governess to tears, and pummel each other in horrible wrestling matches.
And that’s just the first few chapters.
The Khot kids live inside an old Fort and spend their days rambling about in their overgrown garden or on the crumbling ramparts. They might not be very tall but that won’t stop them from getting into all kinds of scrapes.
Set in small-town India of the early 90s, these stories will take you back to the simpler time of childhood, when all you needed to be happy was a pocket full of sweets and a dog by your side.
What can you expect?
• Unruly children up to dreadful tricks
• Warm fuzzy feels, nostalgia, happy stories
• Suitable for adults and kids
• Not suitable for goody-two-shoes (either kids or parents)