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  • Kindle Edition
  • 39 pages
  • The Missing Girl
  • Gita V. Reddy
  • English
  • 10 March 2015

4 thoughts on “The Missing Girl

  1. Grady Grady says:

    ‘The books were on astronomy electromagnetism and hybrid seeds’Indian author Gita V Reddy is best known in this country for her charming children’s books for which she if garnering a large reading audience Gita lives in Hyderabad India – the City of Pearls is a postgraduate in Mathematics from Hyderabad Central University and joined State Bank of Hyderabad as a Probationary Officer in 1985 After twenty six years of serving the bank in various managerial positions she left the bank in 2011 to pursue full time writing She is married to a physics professor has a son doing research in neuro electronics Of the many books she has written this new THE MISSING GIRL shows a maturity of style and a complexity of characters yet she continues to maintain a fine sense of entertainment and lessons for the reader to learn She describes her genre as ‘mysteries adventure fantasy science fiction and even animal tales for children’Always appreciative of her readers’ enjoyment of a story Gita introduces the entire cast of characters as the story begins – ‘When the streetlights came up the children ended their game It was time to go home As soon as Sameer entered the house his mother said “Call Sneha She has a math test tomorrow” “Hasn’t she come in?” Sameer asked a little surprised “I didn’t see her so I thought she had gone ahead of me” “She must have gone to Minnie’s house Go and call her She wants me to help her with algebra” When Sameer went to Minnie’s house Minnie was surprised to know that Sneha was not home “I didn’t see her after we started playing hide and seek I thought she’d gone home to study She’s trying to score the highest in tomorrow’s test” Sameer ran back home wondering where Sneha could have gone It had grown uite dark Ma began calling up Sneha’s friends None of them had seen Sneha since the beginning of the game “I hope your father comes home soon” Ma told Sameer “I’m not able to contact him on phone” “Mummy shall we ask Uncle Menon to come over?” Uncle Menon was their neighbor He came immediately so did his wife Jaya Minnie and her parents also arrived along with two other neighbors Everyone was worried and trying to decide what was to be done Just then Sameer’s father came in’And the mystery begins told in Gita’s usual very fine style “Oh no” exclaimed the man throwing up his hands in horror “Child don’t make that mistake Science is science Don’t put it into compartments And even if you have to put it into compartments don’t choose between the compartments” After a game of hide and seek with her brother and friends Sneha goes missing The presence of a strange car points to kidnap The police are called in But Sneha is not kidnapped She is in the midst of an adventure an adventure of a different kind Science’This is a fine story and as a bonus there is another fine story – ‘Adi The Virus’ – rich in humor and in lessons Gita always satisfies with her richly imaginative books


  2. Maria Stoica Maria Stoica says:

    The Missing Girl is a nice short story with an interesting hook after a game of hide and seek Sneha is nowhere to be found and everyone sets out to look for her However the girl is in no serious danger Instead she found herself in the arms of science letting her curiosity freeDiscover learning can be fun is the motto of this story as Gita said The book has potential and it is beautifully written My only disappointment is that it's not developed enough Just when the exposition and inciting incident are over the story ends The part with learning can be fun is close to inexistent barely developed aside from two lines of dialogue I would have really wanted to read a nice children's book on education since I am deeply interested in the subject The direction in which prof Naik took science is compelling he combines all sciences; he doesn't separate them instead puts them all to good use in creating things that will make life easier for peopleI did love the bonus story though Adi the virus That has a head and a tail is lovely written and makes a good point


  3. Donadee& Donadee& says:

    The Missing Girl by Gita Reddy Review 62317Adventure with a twist plus how talking be goodbadAfter a game of hide and seek with her brother and friends Sneha goes missing The presence of a strange car points to kidnap The police are called in But Sneha is not kidnapped She is in the midst of an adventure an adventure of a different kind “Oh no” exclaimed the man throwing up his hands in horror “Child don’t make that mistake Science is science Don’t put it into compartments And even if you have to put it into compartments don’t choose between the compartments”Bonus Story Adi The Virus Adi is very talkative Wherever he is made to sit in class he gets his neighbor into trouble by talking His teacher calls him Adi the Virus But some viruses do goodWhat did I like? I have read almost every book that this author has penned and my love grows every time I pick up a new one The main thing I love about her books is the fact that every story includes something to be learned This one is directed to the world of science I firmly believe that every parent or grandparent should include in their library every book she has written and not only will their child or grandchild learn but there are learning curves included for them also The main one that they will learn if they take the time to put in their library they should also take the time to read it themselves maybe even with the child Learn to share and become even closer to themWhat will you like? A very developed storyline that includes fun characters for all to enjoy adult as well as child Interesting imaginative captivating exciting adventure and that is just for starters The descriptions even though written at child level are still captivating to the adult level I love the learning stimulation the author creates with the story line for the childadult to invest themselves in the story We could all learn from these books if only we take the time but keep in mind they are not that long but it seems like a lifetime to a child Bonus A very cute short story of Adi The Virus Again here is a cute story that gives us another way to learn This of course is directed towards talking and sharing This definitely is a story to keep us on our toes in life Sometimes I wish that I had 100 grandchildren just so I could share these with all of them


  4. Crystal Alexander-Bentley Crystal Alexander-Bentley says:

    This is the most absurd story line I’ve ever read It starts off with promise of a good story A little girl playing hide and seek gets in the trunk of a car The car then drives away and the girl is reported as missing The police assume that someone is upset with her father Upon finding out that isn’t the casewell they must have took her for ransombecause why else would someone steal a child from an apartment complex Stupid Then the child ends up at a scientist’s house and he is so engrossed with showing the child science stuff that he doesn’t bother taking her home or getting to a working phone Again stupid Then the police show up with her dad and all is well Did I say yet that this story is stupid


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The Missing Girl❮Read❯ ➯ The Missing Girl ➳ Author Gita V. Reddy – Thomashillier.co.uk The Missing GirlAfter a game of hide and seek with her brother and friends Sneha does not return home She is no where to be found A neighbour remembers seeing her hiding behind a parked carAll evidenc The Missing GirlAfter a game of hide and seek with her brother and friends Sneha does not return home She is no where to be found A neighbour remembers seeing her hiding behind a parked carAll evidence points to a kidnapping but the truth is something elseRead this adventure of a different kindThere is a bonus story included Adi The The Missing Epub / VirusVexed with Adi talking in class his teacher called him a virus because he makes even the most silent student talk in class But some viruses do goodA fun class room story.


About the Author: Gita V. Reddy

Gita VReddy lives in Hyderabad India with her husband and son She writes fiction for both adults and children Her books for children are written when she takes a break from writing for adults and vice verca She enjoys thinking up tales of different genres and has written historical fiction women's fiction and recently has made a foray into regency The Missing Epub / romanceFor children she has written myst.