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Seven Stars Go Missing by Swapna Sanchita will help you escape your monotonous life

Being a child is a time of exploring and so many exciting firsts. It’s a time when you are curious about everything and live in a fantasy world of your characters.

Let's take a look at the Top 3 Key Takeaways from Seven Stars Go Missing by Swapna Sanchita:


There is no age limit to living your childhood fantasy.


Seven Stars Go Missing made me realize that there is no age limit to living your childhood fantasy. You can just write what you always wanted to write because you don't know what the coming generations might be interested in.

What if J.K. Rowling never wrote Harry Potter? The same applies to you. If you have a story that you want to share, then go ahead and share it.


You don't need a villain to make your story impactful.


If you zoom out a little and look at the stories published or cartoon shows broadcasted in the last decade, you'll find that there is always a villain in every story.

I love the concept of a hero defeating a strong villain but if you feed this concept into a child's brain, it might have its consequences. No one is born a villain, and this is what Seven Stars Go Missing is all about.


There is an unexplored universe out there.


Being adults, we are so caught up in day-to-day activities that we forget that there is an unexplored universe out there. We are so stressed about everything happening on Earth, in our country, state, or city, that we don't try to look beyond.

At the end of the day, we are just a tiny dot in an unexplored universe. Then why not just live it with a positive mindset, grow while helping others grow, and spread happiness and love?

Overall, Seven Stars Go Missing by Swapna Sanchita is a must-read if you're looking for a short escape from your monotonous life.




Swapna Sanchita writes stories for children and poetry. After graduating in Civil Engineering, she went on to pursue a management degree and has a PGDM from IIM Kozhikode.

As the Center Director of T.I.M.E Ranchi, she is a business woman and educator. But she loves writing the most. She lives with her husband and two sons. She loves books, chocolate and endless cups of tea.




Ever wonder who lays out the stars that you see in the sky every night? And where the stars are during the day. Meet Twisha and Mishka, two fairies of the sky, the two entrusted with the task of looking after the stars.

But the two friends are very worried. The seven stars of the Big Dipper are missing. What are the fairies going to do? Can they find the missing star

Join the two fairies in their quest to find the stars as they uncover the mystery of what happened to the star

A book meant for young readers who love magic, adventures, and the mysteries of the universe.



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