Replace screen time with board games and books, says Butterfingers author"It's a special feeling, to be able to bring happiness to children. My books are humorous and I want children to laugh and enjoy reading them. When children tell me how much they love Butterfingers, how they laughed their way through the novels and the stories, I feel vindicated as a children's writer," says the author.
‘Of Course It’s Butterfingers!’ is about how children think, how children areThe lemon yellow butterscotch ice-cream is on the table. Khyrunnisa lets it melt, she has a slight cold. But that doesn't deter her from giving an interview, sitting among the many books that her Pattoor house in Thiruvananthapuram is filled with. Khyrunnisa A is as cheerful as the novels and stories she writes, about a 13-year-old boy called Amar, fondly nicknamed Butterfingers. Two months ago, in a Thiruvananthapuram hall, Khyrunnisa’s newest in the Butterfingers series – Of Course It’s Butterfingers! – was launched by the MP of the city, Shashi Tharoor.