Aug 172021

Review: What’s The Time, Mr. Wolf?

A beautiful book on helping children understand the concept of time and learning to tell the time, while also weaving in their favourite rhymes and stories.

Aug 172021

Review: 100 Questions – The Plant and Animal Kingdom

This lovely collection of 100 very unique questions and answers on plant and animal kingdom is like a goldmine for inquisitive minds. Categorized beautifully into relevant sections like Powerful Plants, Amazing Amphibians, Awesome Aqua life, Birds, Insects, Reptiles and mammals, this pretty much covers the whole flora and fauna.

Aug 162021

Review: I Am Thankful

This book has been a dear friend for almost 6 months and has been helpful in a variety of ways.

Aug 142021

Review: Huberta’s Big Surprise

Huberta is a cute Hippopotamus and she likes to surprise everyone, but sometimes goes over board with them!

Aug 112021

Review: Postbox Kashmir – Two Lives in Letters

Against this backdrop, veteran BBC journalist Divya Arya, seeded a creative rendering of the story of Kashmir, for the younger generation. The idea was old school but perfect: pen pals exchanging notes. One is in Delhi, and the other in Kashmir.

Aug 112021

Review: Torn Apart – The Partition of India, 1947

Torn Apart by UK based Swapna Haddow is a simple, heart-rending story of what happened in 1947. Experiencing the fresh scars of partition, our protagonists, a rich Muslim boy Ibrahim and Amar, a poor Hindu street kid, are united by fate and circumstances.