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.
This is a unique flipbook that shares 2 stories about the Taj Mahal which are different, yet connected.
‘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.
Noorie was bossy at school, but outside of it, she was being bullied, and had many other issues. So, be kind to everyone you meet, you never know what they might be going through.
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.
During the pandemic books were read for all meal times, naptimes and even potty times. Ruhani’s most favourite time to read books is at bedtime where she will pick up 20 books.
Starting playgroup, nursery or school is a huge milestone for both children and parents. We have curated a list of helpful books that our members have recommended.
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.
One of the most popular queries in our very engaged facebook group is, “Please suggest children’s books that introduce the festivals of India”. There are lots! And so many of these books are actually called…Continue Reading
*Amazon Editors Pick of the Month Book: Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth Author: Sanjay Patel and Emily Haynes Type: Paperback Ages: 3-6 years What we like about this book: Who doesn’t love stories of Ganesha?! This…Continue Reading
Books have played a huge role in upbringing Asreet and us as new parents. Asreet Kaur is a proud KBC baby.
Participating in KBC Book Bingo is akin to preparing a home for a joyous celebration.
Wayel Kati: The Quest Of The Seven Guardians by Linthoi Chanu delves into the mythical folklore of the hills and the valleys of Manipur. A composition of various traditional folktales – their characters are set in a world of Good vs Evil.
There is humor, kindness, greed, bravery, courage in these stories told through the lives of animals, showing there’s so much to learn from everything around us.