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Maoo and the moustaches

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Maoo, a little cat with only a human friend feels pretty brave at heart till Muralli mama comes to town. His thunderous black moustache scares Maoo to his wit's end! But it was just the beginning. Maoo ultimately discovers something unique about himself before finding the courage to overcome his fear.
Paperback, 26 pages
Published September 1st 2018 by Tulika Publishers
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Evelyn Bookless
Nov 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Frightened off by a visiting Uncle's strange mustache, Maoo, a lovable young cat, runs away, only to find more and more of these hairy things. Such a sweet coming of age story. Maoo eventually discovers his own little whiskers and this helps him overcome his fears. The end pages features lots of hairy faces including ladies such as Frida Kahlo, which is a lovely added touch.
Anandi Pendse
Feb 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Such a lovely little story where Maoo overcomes his fear if moustaches. Both my two year old son and I absolutely love it!
Arunima Chatterjee
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Arunima Chatterjee, as of date, lived 64% of her life in India, 13% in the US, 19% in Singapore and rest of the time probably in her nomadic dreams. She practised commercial architecture till the mountains called her and social realm of design took over her career.

Later, as an educator, she worked with young creative minds and continues doing so in different capacities. All this while, writing fo