Rain Must Fall
Rumi is not too enthusiastic about accompanying Baba to the sleepy village of Shankerpur, where he is planning to convert their ancestral home into a bed and breakfast. But Rumi is happy to be away from school and friends who have problems understanding Rumi's identity. In the middle of one night, Rumi encounters a ghost--Rain, who does not remember his own story or why he is compelled to be a ghost. And it is in trying to help Rain find his peace, that sets Rumi on a journey of love, friendship and acceptance. This is a tale of love and loss, of rejection and affirmation, and above all, the healing and illuminating power of friendship.