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Life Through The Eyes of a 10 Year Old – Comedy and internet crises

Life Through The Eyes of a 10 Year Old - Book - Internet Crisis CartoonIshan is a bright 10 year old, in his first book, Life Through the Eyes of a 10 Year Old, he takes a light-hearted and comical look at his own generation and aspects of a ten year old’s life. Major crises loom as the internet is off, a teacher is overly strict, he doesn’t understand why they don’t get the importance of gaming, and many other narratives of fun opinion and imagination. A fun book to inspire enjoyment in reading and insight into a 10 year old’s world.

This book is also available on Kindle, here: https://www.amazon.com/Life-Through-Eyes-Year-Old-ebook/dp/B07BCZJK23

By: Ishan Khire

 

 

Text and Images from Life Through The Eyes of a 10 Year Old

Part 1 – Disaster Strikes: Life with out Internet!!!

How it all began

Hi, my name is Ishan and I’m freaking out! I do’t have any internet! This is bad… really bad!! Even worse the whole city is out of internet…

Life Through The Eyes of a 10 Year Old - Book - Internet Crisis Cartoon

I wonder how people are surviving?

How are the hospitals working?

This is probably how it looks in the hospital…

 

 

 

 

 

 

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