From a very young age, Roshan had a different relationship with music. She could feel music in every sound that she heard. The story is about her love for music and her journey to win over her Baba to teach her music.
It has mazes, spot the difference, join the dots, cool sticker activities, drawing and some very nice face masks. You can decorate your gingerbread house, fill Santa’s bag with cool presents, colour the Christmas doodle and feel all festive.
I was amazed to see how appropriately the author has packed details about Mahasweta’s childhood, her dreams, struggles, the social stigmas and her empowerment and finding social justice through words in just a few carefully chosen words.
This is a hilarious tale of a boss (who may have just woken up from a nap!) looking for his moustache that he thinks is lost. Too Much(h) (pun intended)!!
Five friends are sent on a mission in a time machine to the era of Akbar to get his DNA sample!
Each story is a micro biopic that provides a good balance of brevity and motivating lessons. The stories share interesting and less-known facts about each achiever.