Bravo, Anjali! Tears Down Casual Sexism And Inherent Biases

A few years ago, I interviewed Sheetal Sheth about her debut picture book, Always Anjali. That book was about an Indian girl who learned to take pride in her unique name. This sequel shows that Anjali is growing more as a person, and showing how awesome she can be when letting herself shine.

Anjali takes pride in herself. She can inspire both girls in her story, and in real life. All she needs is her brilliant mind, nimble fingers for music, and bright spirit. Cruelty may come, but you respond to it by nurturing your inner light…




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Priya Sridhar

Priya Sridhar

A 2016 MBA graduate and published author, Priya Sridhar has been writing fantasy and science fiction for fifteen years, and counting.

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