Rubaiya Murshed’s Nobody's Children is a genre of its kind—it employs both stark facts and literary elements at the same time. The book is focused on the issue of children who are living on the streets without proper care or support from their families.
Just past midnight on Manik Mia Avenue, some children were seen taking the opportunity of the traffic light turning red. While some carried flowers, others had balloons of different colours. They were seen taking these to the passengers of private cars stopped at the signal, requesting them to make a purchase.