Dance, Nani, Dance, an anthology of adorable stories of grandparents from acclaimed authors, takes you on an emotional roller-coaster ride.
Ten year old Divit loves funny books and you will find many such books in this listicle.
Book Title: KALABATI, THE SHOWSTOPPERAuthor: MOTI NANDY/ Translated by: Arunava SinhaPublisher: Scholastic IndiaType: PaperbackPages: 128 pagesRecommended Age: 8-12 years Chak De! Kalabati I’m posting this review on behalf of my 10 year old daughter, Lakshana. The book is about a determined…Continue Reading
The princess, Vasundhara, was getting married. And the house was full. Only, there was one little problem. The groom, Ravi, was kidnapped. And to make things worse, the kidnapper has asked for the Fire of the East as ransom.
Grabber is based on the ancient historical Indian lore of the black Taj, that Emperor Shah Jahan was said to have built opposite the Taj Mahal. The book revolves around Nuru, and a mission destined for him, involving ancient kings, sorcerers and magic;
The book is set in the future, the year 2222 where a nine year old adventurous girl called Aashi Mehta and her personal robot Zy take you into a world full of possibilities, imagination and innovation.