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Vikas Khanna cooks up new storybook for kids

Called "The Milk Moustache", the book's story is about children of the village who one day refuse to drink milk, which makes Kali, the cow, very sad.

By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: November 15, 2015 5:29:30 pm
Vikas Khanna, michelin star chef Chef Vikas Khanna said that he will continue to write books for children. (Source: Twitter)

Michelin-starred chef Vikas Khanna has served up his second storybook for children, in the form of “The Milk Moustache”, a tale of goodwill and friendship.

Khanna partnered with Domino’s Pizza to launch the book on Children’s Day. The book’s story is about children of the village who one day refuse to drink milk, which makes Kali, the cow, very sad. It is up to Jassi, the local milkman’s daughter and Kali’s best friend, to find a way to end the children’s milk boycott and lift Kali’s spirits again. The book is well-illustrated and simply told.

Talking about his latest offering, Khanna said in a statement: “The theme of the book is a topic which every household in India will identify with. Children not drinking milk is a problem faced by every parent.” He said that he will continue to write books for children. “It gives me immense pleasure and keeps the child inside me alive,” Khanna added.

The new book is priced at Rs 299.

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