From NY Post Raakhee Mirchandani knew she had a superhero on her hands in her daughter, Satya. Whenever Mirchandani walked down the streets of Hoboken with Satya, now 4, the little girl did so with flair: “Five out of seven days a week, she’s wearing capes, crowns, Wonder Woman ensembles. That’s her thing,” says Mirchandani, the editor-in-chief of the website Moneyish. “We love the bookstore, and we’re there all the time. But one day, I noticed that there were not many books about girls having great big adventures. And once I had that thought, it was hard to unthink it.”...
From The Today Show Raakhee Mirchandani, the editor-in-chief of Moneyish, is releasing her first children’s book, “Super Satya Saves the Day,” based on her daughter’s journey fighting cancer. Mirchandani and her daughter, Satya, have now read the book at children’s hospitals with the hope of bringing “a little bit of joy and a little bit of peace" to families facing cancer. Watch the Video
From BravoTV Raakhee Mirchandani, mom and Dow Jones editor, had some dark days after the birth of her daughter, Satya Singh, now 4. Shortly after she was born, she was diagnosed with cancer, happy news is she beat it and is now the inspiration behind Super Satya, a female Indian superhero in a new children’s book, Super Satya Saves the Day. Read More