This book is about Tughlaq, an emperor, who wanted to eat his favorite dessert, the sugared melons. But someone had stolen his precious sweets. The “Thunderous Three” are hired to find out who stole the sweets!
This book is about a young boy called Pinkoo, who aspires to be a pastry chef but this remains a secret dream as his father wants him to become a shooting champ.
This book talks about ten different, driven, and determined people who protest and fight for human rights and help the weaker sections of society to live with dignity. These are heroes of our country without capes.
Many of you would have learned about heroes in storybooks or movies. But I have been lucky. I have met a hero in my life, but this hero doesn’t wear a cape. He is my dad.
In this post, you will find top five books that are perfect for middle graders and above to understand Indian history. These books will transport you to a different time period and give you an unforgettable experiences and pique your curiosity.
They stand up to the cruelty and get into good and bad trouble. They both learn what it means to be angry versus sad, broken versus whole, and abandoned versus loved. I loved reading this book.