It’s about Nandini Venkat, a 15 year old girl, who goes on a murder-solving adventure from her room, since where she lives – The Lily and Daisy Twin Apartments, were sealed off by the BMC after one positive case of Covid-19 was detected.
If there are genres in ghost stories, they are all in here. Along with some strange settings, from Mumbai local trains to park benches to even a graveyard in USA. All in all, these are eleven dark and twisted stories, with a contemporary India thread running through.
A beautiful story which not only has a bed time routine, but also depicts friendship, how Harry’s friends help him sleep.
Presenting #kbcADayWithDaddy Contest! This is a write & review contest where THREE LUCKY KBC MEMBERS will win a copy each of Giggi and Daddy by Richa Jha, illustrated by Mithila Ananth and published by Pickle Yolk Books!
A list of current favourite books for 2 year old active toddler (Jumping Ruhani!) by her mom, Asma!
Have you met the anglo-indians? is a powerhouse book. It’s a vibrant book taking us through the traditions, food and festivals of a lesser-known community in India.
I have always loved reading. In fact, my bedtime reading routine is a must or I just can’t sleep. Books have always held a special place, but in the past year since we are stuck at home due to the pandemic, books have been more than just books. They are friends, play buddies (I use them like blocks to stack and make roads to drive our trucks on). They are also our food and bath buddies (yes, Mumma has to read while I play in the bathtub pretending to get clean). Sometimes I even sleep on them. So it’s difficult to choose a few from so many I love. So I made my Mumma list a few.
Divit shares his list of super cool books for 6-9 year olds as his entry to the #kbcbookbingojr .
As many of our pre-schoolers may start physical school later this year, we parents face unique challenges. Of them, teaching them to be safe is the biggest one. How do we do that when they have remained relatively isolated the last one year in the safety of their house? Through books of course!
As a toddler parent, I’ve struggled with explaining the Covid-19 pandemic to my 4 year old. Why does he have to be locked up inside the house? Why does he have to wear a mask? Why does he have to keep washing his hands? You obviously cannot tell a toddler that there is a mysterious virus out there, and that all the doctors in the world are struggling to contain its impacts. The book ‘The Germ Academy’ has cleverly explained the phenomenon from the perspective of a child.
The book gives the readers a glimpse of the life of Stephen Hawking in the simplest possible way. It takes them through his struggle, his determination to fights all the odds and to discover the mysteries of the world. The illustrations are vivid and cute, and the language is simple and gripping.
A cricket crazy girl, a twitter sensation and a wonderful writer. Put them all in a pot, stir three times, and leave it there. Because what you want is already in store: Loki Takes Guard by Menaka Raman!
In the village of Kote, females are forbidden to read and write. Only the Blessed Child can lift the taboo and free their country from the rule of the Ag-yanees. The problem is, they don’t know why the Omniscient One (their God) chose a girl to be the Blessed Child. Doesn’t he know that girls aren’t allowed to read or write?
Harry Saves the Ocean by N. G. K. and Sylva Fae, Illustrated by Janelle Dimmett, from the international bestselling series, Harry the Happy Mouse, teaches kids about the various issues of plastic pollution, why it is a big problem and how it impacts our marine life and oceans.