When they were returning to the base, they heard a sharp cry. As they turned around to check, one of the men with them was lying on the ground motionless. Someone had killed him!
This book brings out the emotional challenges that we go through as kids and adults in three relatable stories. The characters Ryan, Shoma and Kabir’s stories present the stress and strain of modern life and strike a chord with us.
The book FEARLESS does not only talk about things that we are scared of, like the fear of being judged, but also talks about what makes us feel them.
Divit, my 8 year old, loves to read all things spooky when he is not reading all things goofy. He recently read the Monster Itch series and enjoyed them!
The one thing we all strive to teach our kids is that they are wonderfully unique, and that they should not only accept themselves the way they are but joyfully celebrate it. And while they are doing that, they should also equally accept the fact that everyone else is unique too. Here are some of the many, many books we have read on this topic.
A beautiful read, Clock In The Jungle author Ketki Pandit artfully takes little readers and listeners through the time table of jungle life, particularly the lives of the animals that inhabit the Western Ghats.