Alin Basar’s ‘Gourmet Fox’ at Book Fair

Alin Basar’s ‘Gourmet Fox’ at Book Fair: Little writer Alin Basar’s ‘Gourmet Fox’ is available at the book fair. It came on the market as his tenth book.

When the first book was published in 2015, he was a first-class student. More than 120 stories have been published in the books published so far. The subject matter, language and sentence structure of the story are constantly changing. His feeling is improving. Now he is writing big stories along with short stories. Corona has written a whole seven teenage detective novels. Sometimes he also writes poems. Writing and reading are now his hobbies, hobbies, entertainment – everything. In addition to regular schooling, all this is going on in balance.

This time ‘Gourmet Fox’ has been published. There are six stories in the book Gourmet Fox. Cover by Shahrin Ahmed Irina. Elena, a first-year student, drew the pictures with her mind. Taushif Chowdhury has decorated the inside of the book with Irina. Decorated with beautiful pictures. The price of the whole four-color 24-page book is 135 rupees. Published by Grasshopper Publishing. Children will be interested in reading stories written in beautiful simple language. It would be good for adults to read too. The events of daily life are told in stories.

Two books were published last year. Black Horse from Panjeri Publishing. And the roar of the tiger from the grasshopper. Each story has a different mood. Different kind but funny. The price of this whole four-color book is 135 rupees.

Other books by Alin Basar are: Cat Scholar (Grasshopper 2019), Marriage in Cemetery (Recent 2019), Paloyaner Har (Grasshopper, 2017), Ghost Tuition (Gyan Bitan, 2016), Bhutum (Sankobari Publications, 2017), Bhuture (Sankoba, Sankoba) 2018), the shadow of ghosts in the dark (Sankobari Publications, 2015). The first edition ended the year after the ghost tuition, ghost, ghost, ghost shadow appeared in the dark.

Alin Basar Ideal School and College, Motijheel is a seventh grade student. Born on 22 May 2006 in Palashpole, Satkhira. Reading and writing has been one of his activities since childhood. Not behind in the game.

As soon as he heard the story, he started writing his story. There is no laziness in writing. Dakshinaranjan Mitra Majumdar’s grandma’s bag, grandpa’s bag, finished reading at that young age. Sukumar Roy, Satyajit Ray etc.

Now the books of Anisul Haque, Humayun Ahmed, Zafar Iqbal, Rakib Hasan are his favorite. Books by Shirshendu Mukherjee, Sunil Gangopadhyay, Suchitra Bhattacharya are read at the same time. Read the translation with equal interest. Her list of translations includes Arthur Connell Doyle L. Sherlock Holmes, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist, Braham Stoker’s Dracula, Jules Verne’s A Journey to the Center of the Earth, Victor Hugo’s Damn Man Who Loves Tha Christie’s Three Blind Mice, Mark Twain’s Beggar and Prince. He also read other books translated into Bengali by these authors.

Also read books by Alexander Duomo, Liemann Rank Bom, Robert Lewis Steven Son, Daniel Defoe, Howard Pyle. These writers are getting closer to him from house arrest in Corona.