In this post, you will find top five books that are perfect for middle graders and above to understand Indian history. These books will transport you to a different time period and give you an unforgettable experiences and pique your curiosity.
They stand up to the cruelty and get into good and bad trouble. They both learn what it means to be angry versus sad, broken versus whole, and abandoned versus loved. I loved reading this book.
Finding inspirational biographies for children is difficult, finding a biography that will leave a permanent imprint in your heart is rare. The Girl Who Loved To Sing is a book that will make you marvel at the spirit of Teejan Bai, who fought for her right to be allowed to sing.
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.
My 8 yo fun loving and hyperactive son finds peace and happiness in reading. He finds comfort in funny and hilarious books. So, here is a list of his favourite reads that he wanted me to share with you all.
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.