Through this book, I met these 65 young boys and girls who had some great thoughts and ideas. Did they really keep them in their head? NO!!! They had a plan, they knew exactly what they wanted and they just followed that.
We took out all books, made a list, then thought some more and disagreed on many and finally after days of deliberation we have made this final list of our favourite books on each prompt.
Book Bingo is my favourite highlight of the summer break. What I love the most about the book bingo is that I can take down all the books while trying to choose one for each category and that gives me a chance to re-read many of my old favorites.
Avi has been observing his mom. He feels she really wants to eat him!
That year in Manikoil takes you back to the year 1944, when Madras (Chennai of today) was evacuated fearing a Japanese invasion. Back then, the entry of Japan into World War II had completely changed the position of India which then came at the frontline of a possible attack.
The story is set in a small village called Manikoil, where Raji, her mother and her sisters go to stay.
In this book, the author has beautifully explained the different moods that a child often experiences. Sometimes they are very happy, sometimes they are angry, sometimes they are too excited and sometimes they are scared! These all are perfectly normal and we as parents need to understand that like us these little ones have their share of good and bad days but they can not always express them like us. That is where this book comes handy.