Grade II is going on a class trip to Mysore, however, Mahalaxmi’s parents refuse to send her as they find the expense “unnecessary”. Ira comes up with an idea to help Mahalaxmi.
Written in rhyme, the book takes the reader through all the possible sights that a tree can see – good and bad, happy and sad. Children playing, birds singing, storms and wars. Trees bear silent witness to everything, and have so many stories to tell.
Noorie was bossy at school, but outside of it, she was being bullied, and had many other issues. So, be kind to everyone you meet, you never know what they might be going through.
During the pandemic books were read for all meal times, naptimes and even potty times. Ruhani’s most favourite time to read books is at bedtime where she will pick up 20 books.
It seems Neil has literally grown up at KBC, reading the books recommended by KBC members! Here are the books he has read this summer…
Cyrus is a curious child, with questions about everything – the Why’s surround his family members and teachers. Not everyone is amused by his relentless questions, with some of his teachers sending him to the naughty corner and friends making fun of him, calling him “Cyrus the Whyrus”.