Sanjini has published four children's books and has fourteen more to publish.


a)    My Life as a Dollar Bill


Follow the adventures of a dollar bill, from the streets of New City, freezing in a coca cola machine, having fun at Disney World and on an exciting roller coaster ride. Every dollar counts and so does this dollar bill!



b)    The Chocolate Pony


Follow the adventures a cute pony named "Chocolate" who gets lost one day. She loses sight of her Mom beyond the meadow and her adventures begin. She becomes the star of a pet zoo, the star of a circus where she performs pony tricks and lives a life of luxury with a little girl who adores her. Will she find her way back home to her Mom?



c)    Matilda, the Most Expensive Pig in the World


Matilda is a big sow or pig who lives in Provence, France. She has a very big snout and is an expert at digging for truffle mushrooms which are the most expensive food in the world. This makes Matilda, the most valuable pig in the world!

d)    Wobbles, the Jellyfish Goes to School


Jellyfish have no brains, eyes, ears and a heart so how is Wobbles going to pass his exams in a classroom with other fish and crustaceans?




e)    Pedro, the Blue Frog


Pedro is a blue South American frog and is different from the other green frogs. He does not feel like a “real” frog or froglet because he cannot SKIP, FLIP and HOP like the other green frogs. He cannot even swim in the pond and join in the fun. Instead he sits on a rock alone.
But he has unexpected special abilities that help save the green frogs.



f)    Izzy and His Pet Snails


Izzy has two pet snails named Gary and Larry. Izzy enjoys playing with his snails and showing them to his friends. But one day they disappear and Izzy cannot find them.



g)    The Inquisitive Bear


Brownie is a cinnamon-colored bear cub who lives in Russia. He is an inquisitive bear who likes to explore as well as eat a lot! While exploring, Brownie notices a small cottage and enters it. He eats all the honey, blueberry jam and blinis pancakes on his first visit. On his second visit he eats the soup that is not too hot or cold, he sits on the small chair that is the right size for him but it breaks into pieces because of his weight and he falls asleep in the bed that is not too hard or soft and is the perfect size for him.


Mushka, a little girl with golden locks and her parents come into their home. Mushka notices her soup has been eaten, her small chair has been broken into pieces and a brown bear is sleeping in her bed. This is a reverse “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” story.



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