This book is about a forest guard, named Priya. She is a single mother. She realises that if she takes up the job of a forest guard and protects animals, she could earn enough money to pay her daughter’s school fees.
I have always felt Evolution is way too complex to be explained to children, and even adults! However, the book Evolution for Smartypants proved me quite wrong.
Do you have a mango lover or a little detective at home? If yes, this book is just for you!
Thambi was fired by Mahatma Gandhi’s Quit India Movement, and inspired by his vision of refusing to obey the British. But Thambi’s father was of the opinion that the family must not be involved in anything.
Papadom was the planet of Kitch-hens who spoke Henglish and clooked all kinds of amazing food but they loved making sweets the most and were waiting to make the best sweet that was made by mother hen herself.
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Tara and her brother Kapil are sent to a Wilderness Camp. Tara who is fond of numbers is not much amused about camping outdoors. So she plans to find a friend for herself in the camp using the Friendship Theorem (interesting right?).
My children are never satiated by the number of times we read a beautiful book, one non-fiction book raises the bar for questions and that leads to us getting another book! It is heart-warming when my 2-year-old who just started saying her name could say ‘Boynton’ while referring to her favourite author.
Books have really helped us sail through every situation and he has built a really good vocabulary at his age (20 months) with the help of books.
The ability to express himself so well is all because of reading many books, and I’m happy to have raised an early reader.
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.
Title: NAVA DURGA – The Nine Forms of the Goddess Author: Nalini Ramachandran Illustrator: Priyanka Pachpande Type: Paperback Age Group: 7+ years First of all, a big thank you to Asha Chaudhry for sharing such…Continue Reading
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
A curated post on inclusive children’s books that have been incredible conversation starters on topics around the LGBTQIA+ (3-15 years)
The book involves a cat – a smart cat who wants to feed some “food” to the plants. So, the cat parent explains to him how plants can make their own food.
This book explains how Anandibai Joshee was determined to study and became a doctor, when the society was against her.
While they are going to the pet store planet, Jit, Jinny’s brother and Gulgul’s father, accidentally makes the cab to go to a different planet, Up-Up-Pura instead of Puppura