Ever so often we talk of finding books to read with our little ones that help them address big and small emotions. Express them. Name them. But sometimes it’s the books that show them those…Continue Reading
Book Title: National Geographic Kids Funny Fill-In: My Dinosaur Adventure Type: Paperback Recommended Age: 6 years onwards This naughty little book has been in hiding while we got busy reading other books. Finally, we caught…Continue Reading
We introduced stories to M when she was a week-old baby. Her grandpa told her made-up stories of lions and bears and elephants and birds and rabbits. Such was the power of these stories that…Continue Reading
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!
The story is full of adventure, the right amount of wackiness and fun. It teaches kids the importance of family and values like kindness and generosity.
During the pandemic, our #kbcMembers, especially the children, have read way more than they did before! So, to keep their passion fuelled, we have created a fun #kbcBookBingo , actually two of them, to reward…Continue Reading
Title: Be Kind Author: Pat Zietlow Miller Illustrator: Jen Hill Type: Paperback/Hardcover Recommended age group: 3-6 years We are trying to introduce as well as acknowledge emotions in our 3 year old. Considering the fragility…Continue Reading
Title – Here We Are and What We’ll Build Author – Oliver Jeffers Type – Hardcover Age group – 2 – 6 years Here We Are and What We’ll Build by Oliver Jeffers I’m reviewing…Continue Reading
Title: Nomad’s LandAuthor: Paro AnandPublisher: Talking Club Type: PaperbackAge Group: 12 years+ In a world that is increasingly divided on the basis of religion, with intolerance and hatred becoming more common, one often wonders “Where…Continue Reading
Title – Esperanza Rising Author – Pam Munoz Ryan Published by Scholastic Type – Paperback Recommended Age – 8-12 years I am writing this review post on behalf of my daughter Prisha Ambi (9 years…Continue Reading
Getting a toddler who has boundless energy to sit down and read is a challenge. Running around and exploring things is more attractive to them than sitting down. So, how then can you get them…Continue Reading
Sharing something I wrote for my kids. Hope you enjoy the read. It’s 8.00 am at the base camp. A routine, sunny lazy morning.I am sipping coffee, brushing through the newspaper headlines to be in…Continue Reading