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Cherry tree by Ruskin Bond,an enchanting author.
Jul 10, 2018 10:26 AM 18109 Views (via Mobile)



Ruskin Bond is a well known famous writer of fiction.His books are awesome . Every body loves to read his books.He is an excellent, extraordinary writer.His creations are combination of fiction and reality.Descriptions are precise and enchanting.He was born in Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh in 1934.He grew up in Dehradun and Shimla., a perfect place for pen down.He has written over a 100 short stories, essays, novels etc.His 1st novel is the Room on the Roof.The Rupa book received the Johnleverllyan Rhys memorial prize in 1957.He won the Sahitya academy Award for English writing in 1992.He is an ardent lover of nature and animals.Cherry ?? is the perfect example of it.He writes in very simple and lucid language., in an unique style.He is an artist per excellence.In this story the author said that human beings are facing difficulty, hurdles, obstacles to overcome the challenges like a small plant grew up to a big tree.A boy named Rakesh lived with his grandfather lives in Mosurrie.Grandpa asked his grandson to see how the plant save itself from the insects and others to survive.Rakesh ?? would dance in joy when he sees flowers dancing with wind., ?? chirping in the morning.Rakesh took good care of the plant regularly.Finally his dream come true and a beautiful cherry tree grows.Grandpa was proud of his grandson for his greceful duty for the cherry tree to grow.This story has lots of nice illustrations with emotion.It cheers me up.I felt nice, warm feeling after reading it.A perfect story for accomplishment.

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