Participating in KBC Book Bingo is akin to preparing a home for a joyous celebration.
While the short stories delve into themes of rivalry, rudeness, disparity, and more, each one concludes with a happy ending, making them truly enjoyable to read.
Review: Postcard From The Lushai Brigade (Songs of Freedom series)Author: Hannah LalhlanpuiiCover Illustration: Samar BansalPublication: Duckbill- An imprint of Penguin Random HouseType: PaperbackNo. of pages: 216 pagesAge Group: 9 years+ (publisher’s recommendation is 10 years+)…Continue Reading
Despite the prevalent notion in her village that football is not meant for girls, Bipathu nurtures an ambitious aspiration—to become a skilled football player.
This book offers a glimpse into P.T. Usha’s childhood, the beginnings of her athletic journey, and the person who recognized and nurtured her talent.
The stories are a retelling of folklore that originated in the languages Kodava, Tulu, Badaga, etc., which are some languages I only learned about now. Through the stories, I got a glimpse of the culture of Southern India, especially the coastal regions.