“Everyone had problems and there was nothing anyone could do about that. The good thing was that there were solutions to most of the problems. And it was important to never ever forget that.” Apoorva Joshi, The Diary of an Indian School Girl
This is what makes Apoorva Joshi interesting and one among the kids. She is raw and discusses the real world problems that may seem trivial to the rest. Honest and hilarious, The Diary of an Indian School Girl speaks to kids in volume because she is young. She has her flaws and doubts but proves to us that little things can work wonder. She turns her weaknesses into strengths and we see her evolve through her diary. It begins as a chronicle of the best meals she has eaten to her changing equation with people, she turns detective, becomes the secret agony aunt and urges one to see the world according to Apoorva!