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Sayni and the Windowjet Brothers

Follow young Sayni as she seeks to find her passion in life by searching for pieces to build her life’s compass. Every child’s compass must be made very precisely, and each one is unique. As each compass develops, its child can follow it and find their way to a life of fulfillment and purpose.

Sayni faces confusion when the opportunity arises to settle for a ready-made compass from a factory. Will she grasp the opportunity to own a completed compass, or continue in her struggle to build her very own? One thing’s certain: the Windowjet people will have something to say!

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It takes a fundamental lesson of life, simplifies it to its very core, breaks it down into a fragment of fiction and presents it in a very understandable form: you need to get lost to find yourself.

Getting lost is so underrated in the literary narrative, and to bring it to the fore in a piece of children’s literature is especially a feat.
— Kritika Narula, book reviewer at
This subsequently has been transpired into the book making it absolutely beautiful and fascinating to read. The story is written with absolute care and much attention. It brings the message of hope and trying to stay unique to whom you are. It inspires children to journey through their own destiny rather than accepting what’s been possibly given to them. The literature standard is absorbing and rich in quality. I believe nothing is more rewarding than reading a book like this and praising it for what it truly is. Exquisite.

I highly recommend this book for parents and children that appreciate inspirational books.
— Jeyran Main, book reviewer from

About the book

I wrote this children's picture book when I was travelling in Tanzania, Africa. I was volunteering at an Eco-Camp near a town called Morogoro and I was doing a lot of thinking about what I wanted to do with my own life, and so it naturally manifested as the search for authenticity that Sayni experiences in this book. It is my first book and I'm very happy with how it all turned out. I loved the process of creating the illustrations for it.

I hope to continue to write and illustrate more children's picture books in the future.

Also, download a copy of the "Compass Making Worksheet" here

See Behind-the-Scenes of the process and story of my first children's book, and see me sporting a very different haircut than I currently have!