Every Wednesday there will be an interesting prompt where our members – both parents and childoos, will get the opportunity to showcase their creativity! The most creative or clever entry will win a BOOK PRIZE FROM WONDER HOUSE – EVERY SINGLE WEDNESDAY!
From a very young age, Roshan had a different relationship with music. She could feel music in every sound that she heard. The story is about her love for music and her journey to win over her Baba to teach her music.
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.
This is a hilarious tale of a boss (who may have just woken up from a nap!) looking for his moustache that he thinks is lost. Too Much(h) (pun intended)!!
Wonder House has always been a household name and a friend to all babies and toddlers. We now bring you their latest releases for early readers.
The author has seamlessly woven together multiple themes exploring the loss of a loved one, changes in the routine of a child, anxiety and starting school. The common thread running through all these themes is the power of books and how the joy of reading can give one comfort in any kind of situation.
Maya is a twelve-year-old struggling, like most kids her age, with growing up. For her, it means dealing with bullies, online school an annoying elder brother and of course her expectations from herself. The book starts with what seems like a dream where she’s in some sort of a bowl and a very alien place.
The Giggling Girl is about a six-year old girl, Gargi, who giggles at everything, even in her sleep. She finds everything giggle-worthy be it is the sun coming out and melting a snowman…
Madhu is a seventh grader and an invisible back bencher at school. She has only one true close friend, Noor. Madhu decides to make an app during her summer vacation which makes her both popular and gets her in trouble!
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.
If you have a baby or toddler who is ridiculously good at ripping apart books or mouthing them, these tips might help!!!
I was amazed to see how appropriately the author has packed details about Mahasweta’s childhood, her dreams, struggles, the social stigmas and her empowerment and finding social justice through words in just a few carefully chosen words.
Five friends are sent on a mission in a time machine to the era of Akbar to get his DNA sample!