I’m glad that books have helped him to identify and name his feelings and more importantly, he knows how he can manage them.
It’s a stunning book that talks about a momentous event in history; the first step on the Moon. You must be wondering what’s so unique. The story is told from the eye of a young girl. June is waiting for her baby brother’s little steps to land whereas everyone else in the world is waiting for the astronauts to walk on the Moon.
On a bright sunny morning, while I’m still in bed, Papa is calling me hysterically. ‘Cheeku (yeah! that’s my nickname) get up I have a surprise for you’. ‘What is it, Papa?’ I ask with my half opened eyes and my brain still sleeping. He carries me to another room, suddenly my jaws dropped and eyes popped out and I couldn’t believe Papa got me, MY VERY OWN DINO
(a T-Rex, it was) PET. He had planned a day out with just three of us – Papa, dino pet & me.
This book, “Just Ask!: Be Different, Be Brave, Be You” by US Supreme Court Justice – Sonia Sotomayor is inspired by her diagnosis of juvenile diabetes at the age of 7. It addresses 12 differently-abled children working together to build a community garden. This heart-warming story introduces 12 individuals with diverse conditions like diabetes, autism, asthma, dyslexia, Tourette’s syndrome, Down syndrome, etc.
Have you met the anglo-indians? is a powerhouse book. It’s a vibrant book taking us through the traditions, food and festivals of a lesser-known community in India.
This is Sharav’s entry to the exciting #kbcBookBingoJr contest. We share with you all our most loved books of each category. The majority of the books are good for ages 4 onwards. Hope you enjoy reading about them as much as we do.