Books everyone fell in love with in February!!
Written in rhyme, the book introduces the readers to birds that they see around them like the lorikeet, owl, crow, woodpecker and many more. A must read for bird lovers!
Every month we get advanced information as well as review copies from our partner publishers and we curate a post listing them.
The book helps us celebrate not just our own individuality but also helps us recognize the many types of diversity around us, which include cultural, functional, geographical, linguistic, family, religion and gender.
World Book Capital encourages us to think of cities in the world being lined with bookshops and libraries. Of parks being full of people waiting to narrate stories. A place where people ask “What are you reading?” instead of “How are you?”. What a beautiful world this would be, right?
Every child needs a book that tells them to embrace their limited-edition features. Mamta Nainy has again won our hearts by celebrating individuality in “That Big-Voiced Girl”, a picture book for children to discover “How USHA UTHUP rocked her unusual voice”.