Fondly called Jhalri, right from the time she killed a tiger with her bare hands, to the day she died fighting against the Britishers, the people of Bhojla and Jhansi have always admired her for her strength, bravery and valour.
Clemira who with her family, is struggling to survive in her home country because of a war. Her childhood joy is lost. Her best friend, Adam decides to shift but unfortunately dies as the ship on which he was travelling was capsized. Her school BFF, Alea is the only one left for her. Her school auditorium is also destroyed by bombs and bullets, which resulted in her school closing down for some months.
The book not only consists of mere words, but magical ones in the form of 29 true stories, written by children from across the world like India, Singapore, Jordan, Pakistan, Germany, USA and Australia.
It’s time for summer vacations, ice-creams and fun! Sheba’s parents want her to go to a summer camp her school has organized as her father thinks she needs a lesson on time management.
Zayn gets stung by a honey bee. What follows is an interesting conversation between grandma and kids about various bee facts in the midst of cleaning, wiping and comforting Zayn’s swollen finger.
I am posting this on behalf of my 9.5 yr old daughter, Shranya Goel who discovered her love for reading during lockdown last year and her interest got a boost when we discovered the awesome fb group Kids Book Café, whose members are not only avid readers but warm enough to share their lovely recommendations.