Grow Up Messy

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Childhood is considered to be the best time of one’s life. What if you get a chance to live it once more with a five-year-old?
Set in the early eighties, Grow up Messy is the story of a five-year-old naughty girl called Misry alias Messy. Born to a paramilitary B.S.F officer, Misry’s life is nothing less than a roller coaster ride.
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About Paromita Goswami

Paromita Goswami is a writer and storyteller by passion and a rebel by choice. She says the world is full of stories and as a writer she loves to pen them down. Her work is not genre specific. From literary fiction to children book to upcoming paranormal thriller and women fiction Paromita Goswami‘s books offer the variety of life to her readers. Besides writing, she is also the founder of reading club that enhances book reading habit in children. She lives in central India with her family.
Follow her blog, the diary of a rolling stone to know more about her upcoming work.

Reviews

Review by: siddhangana on Jan. 22, 2017 :
I won't say I don't read children's books. If I chance upon a good children's fiction I dive right into it, simply because I find them richer in imagination.

Growing Up Messy is a heart warming story which reminded me parts of my childhood having born and brought up in a 2nd tier city of Bengal. Misry's escapades during afternoon hours truly made me connect with her. How many afternoons I must have spent doing the same! How much patience my mother would have shown to tolerate my disobedience.

Right from the character Misry to the descriptions of the world around her and the innocent naughty acts that Misry aka Messy got into reminded me of Tagore's short stories as well.

I think it fits a much wider range of readers apart from middle grade. It can be a good read for mothers because it captures psychology of children and I personally feel it also sets standards for the modern parent. Things like not over indulging your child, making your kid realise the difference between want and need. The very busy parents of today who have high purchasing ability sometimes forget that indulgence is not always the answer. A story like this can be a gentle reminder to them while they read it out as a bedtime story for the young ones.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
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