Blurb (as on Goodreads):
Bang! Thump! Crash! Who’s the wizard of the woeful, the foremost lord of the foul-up, the bumbling baron of blunders? Of course it’s Butterfingers!
Even when Amar Kishen-better known as Butterfingers-isn’t stumbling through misadventures, he sure has disaster tailing him every step of the way.
And now that he’s back, his ‘brilliant’ ideas land him in trouble (as usual), whether it’s messing around with an Egyptian mummy, dropping a watch in a swimming pool, playing cricket with an all-girls team or saving a rock star’s life.
Join the irrepressible Butterfingers in this exciting and enjoyable instalment of side-splitting short stories.
A collection of stories full of innocent mischiefs, the center of which stands Butterfingers.
This is my first encounter with Butterfingers and his gang of friends and teachers and it was quite memorable. I enjoyed the stories. They took me back to the days where we had cricket matches, and myths and legends being told by our friends and teachers etc.
Childhood is indeed a blessed part of one’s life and Butterfingers took me right back to the good old days. And what more, these stories will never get old.
There is so much to learn from these stories such as phrases and authors and significance of dates, something which kids these days are missing out on. Through Butterfingers and his gang, learning has become much more fun. I wonder why they don’t add this book to their school curriculum.
A page-turner and an entertaining book from start to end.