Authored By: Meeta Nagpal
Year of Publication: 2019
|Pages: 106||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 206.50||Price in (USA) $. 16.52|
The Magic Man is a colourful yet sensitive story meant for all age groups but especially for young children from the age group of 8-14.
It opens in a magical setting. The Gypsy Land is full of antics, fun and frolic. A man popularly known as the Magic Man is famous for his magical acts and his endearing personality.
The children love him and he not only shows his magical acts but also spreads the 'Magic of Love and Happiness' all around him. The Magic Man is colourful and magnetic in his appearance.
The story weaves around the bonding of young children and the Magic Man. Two children named Zinu and Zia share a special bond with the Magic Man. Zinu is a talented sculptor and is known far and wide for his extraordinary creations.
One day, life takes a different turn and everything changes and becomes dark.
Amidst adventures the Magic Man comes once again to spread the 'Magic of Giving'.
An extraordinary deed of an ordinary person inspires others to follow.
Meeta Nagpal is a multi-talented versatile woman. She is an entrepreneur, active social worker, writer, dancer, actor, healer and teacher. From her youth she has been inclined towards the field of performing arts and literature. She has been a part of many performances in India and abroad and has had the opportunity of having her work published from the early age of twelve. Her 14-year-young venture Musical Dreams has been instrumental in shaping the careers of many young artistes.
She has scripted and staged seven plays one of them being 'The Magic Man'. 'The Magic Man' remains closest to her heart. It was first conceived as a musical which has been staged twice with the best Indian and international choreographers. The immense response motivated her convert her play into a book.
Her two sons Karan and Karmanya aged 23 and 21 and her husband Manoj Nagpal are definitely the reason behind all her achievements and the person that she is. Needless to add happiness and gratitude are her favourite words in the dictionary and they describe her the best.