Bela Misses Her Train

Bela Misses her train
Author: Neha Singh
Illustrator: Sonal Gupta
Book Review By: Charan Kapur
Class: 3

Bela Misses Her Train

I read Bela Misses Her Train. Bela is a little girl and she is going away with her Nani. Nani means granmother.

Bela’s Nani told her to hurry up or she will be late. But when Bela goes to the station, the train goes away. And Bela can’t see her Nani so she runs to the train but she bumps into a man. The man is a ticket collector and Bela helps him by picking up his things.

The ticket collector also helps Bela. He told her that he will take her to the next station and took her on his cycle. And over there they saw a tractor and a camel. The man was tired of riding the cycle. So they get into the tractor and go back to the station.

Bela goes to talk to the police but Nani is not there. When they went to the waiting room to look there is nobody there. Suddenly she heard her Nani calling and she was on her Nani’s lap. The story was all a dream. Bela was not lost at all. She was with her Nani and they went in the train.

My dad says I am always late, so I am happy that Bela was not late this time. I don’t know why Bela is going with her Nani iin Bela Misses Her Train. Where is her mother I don’t know. My Nani gives me all the milk I want to drink.

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