Kittu is adventurous and will do anything to stay away from his family at least for a day. He is happy to stay with Madhav and share his meal with Madhav's daughter Mad. What first starts as a quarrel between Mad and Kittu turns into a beautiful friendship. Things take a turn and Kittu does the most heroic stunt of his life. It changes his life forever with his new found confidence and respect.
The story is a good read instilling courage for the differently abled children while others get a glimpse of how hard their lives can be. I do understand that the story revolves around a North Indian family but some parts have literal translation from Hindi, which could have been avoided. I mean a good grammar would help kids get their knowledge as well.
At one point I thought the facts about the skate park was made up. Because it was too good to be true, and that too in the middle of a very remote village. But as if the author has read our minds, she gives facts about the park and the non profitable initiative taken up by a German lady Ulrike Reinhard. The illustrations were good describing the situations where the words has limits. A good read for young readers who can imagine this story from a kid's point of view.