Lets Not Grow Up by  Yugen Mehta Aarush Jain, Hitansh Shah, Khanak Saboo, Revant Nangalia, Ronav Bihani

India Book of records (Book published by 6 kids aged 9-11 years!)

‘Lets Not Grow Up’ book  launched on 31st July 2022 at Awfis, Located at Goregaon East, Mumbai. The book has been recognized and won a record in India Book of Records. Title : Maximum authors collaborated to write a book of fiction.

A special letter of encouragement was sent by the MP of North Mumbai, Shri Gopal Shetty showering best wishes to the kids. The event was concluded with the National Anthem. The entire crowd of more than 150 members present at the even recited the Anthem with great pride and honour.

This book has been written by 6 friends Aarush Jain, Hitansh Shah, Khanak Saboo, Ronav Bihani, Revant Nangalia and Yugen Mehta. They are all aged between 9 to 11 years old studying at Children’s Academy, Malad Bachani Nagar. Their main inspiration for writing the book is their English Grammar and Literature sir Mr. Vipin Saboo and Ruchita Dalal, one of the authors aunt, she is on wheelchair as is handicap by birth. She is a strong girl and mentors these young authors. All the illustrations of the book are done by Mrs

The book (consisting of 354 pages), titled ‘Lets Not Grow Up’ (ISBN -978-93-95079-23 5) and published by The Write Order Publications in 2022, is a collaborative effort of 6 talented children, as confirmed on July 25, 2022 by India Book of Records.

The Chief Guest for the Event were: 

-Dr Swetlana Tatuskar, Director, Kohinoor Business School

-Guest of Honour, Mr Rohan Bhat, Chairman Children’s Academy Group Of Schools

-Special Invitee, Dr Avinash K Dalal (Nallawala) Aima-MSME NATIONAL PRESIDENT.

-Special Invitee, Mrs Deepali Nene, Principal Kohinoor Business School

“Lets not grow up” is a collection of independent stories based on a fictitious school in Mysore, India. The stories will take you back to the memory lane of your school days and will make you feel nostalgic. Be it free periods, surprise tests, sports days, PTA meetings, annual days, experiments done in science labs, or the fun you had celebrating birthdays in school, readers will cherish every line and story will surely bring a smile on your face upon the end of the book. We are all proud of these young authors and encourage them to keep writing in the future as well.