Shabnam Minwalla masterfully crafts a potboiler combining romance, history, intrigue, and a dash of politics while the book switches effortlessly between two parallel storylines spanning decades.
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The book starts with Malhar, bored during the summer holidays and seeking adventure. The adventure presents itself when the Shenoys have a robbery in their house.
I was surprised when I was told that the book is for my 6-year-old to review. I decided to let her read on her own to get her views. After few days, I couldn’t believe it when she was able to discuss the laws in simple words with many examples from daily life.
The story starts with the reader getting introduced to Rabia and her cat observing the world, as she questions everything around her. Reflecting her own desires and her quest to seek answers, when asked to draw a scientist, she draws a woman-scientist. But who ever knew of a woman-scientist?
While the short stories delve into themes of rivalry, rudeness, disparity, and more, each one concludes with a happy ending, making them truly enjoyable to read.
‘Yoga Sutras for Children’ is a fantastic guide for children and adults alike. As you peruse the pages, the words will ignite a spark in your mind, activate those chakras, and help you channel cosmic energy so that you may grow and lead more fulfilled lives.
Dance, Nani, Dance, an anthology of adorable stories of grandparents from acclaimed authors, takes you on an emotional roller-coaster ride.
Even though he did not show much interest in books (except tearing the flaps) in the beginning, at 2.5 years now; you can easily call Virat a book lover! The journey from tearing flaps to books having a calming effect has been beautiful.
It has mazes, spot the difference, join the dots, cool sticker activities, drawing and some very nice face masks. You can decorate your gingerbread house, fill Santa’s bag with cool presents, colour the Christmas doodle and feel all festive.
With physical school re-starting soon, many of us are wondering how to best prepare our children for what lies ahead. Thankfully, there are many lovely books that can help us make this transition easier, which we plan on reading in the next month.
Christmas is in the air and we all have our favourite Christmas reads! Here’s a curated list of everyone’s X’mas picks!
This post is also a curation of the books ordered by our members recently around Dec 2023!
The recipes in this book are healthy, tasty and super easy to make! The author, Varad, was 7 years old at the time this book was published.
Each year we eagerly wait for for the book bingo announcement in KBC. Thanks to KBC recommendations, Darwin is now an independent reader so he read the books and we discussed the story before finalizing the titles.
Words can’t express how excited Avi and me are for finally participating in our first #kbcBookBingo2023.
Do you think Bharathi can make his way to a ‘ladies only’-‘residents only’ ‘Kolam Kontest’? Read this fun filled book to know Bharathi’s high-risk plan and how close this can get him to his longing of winning a grand dinner for his parents.