The Great Escape is about Sachit who wants to escape school because it is a beautiful day outside and there is nothing exciting at school of course. Ever heard about bunking off early from school? It’s not everyone’s cup of tea but Sachit is determined.
Gupshup, the cat, has committed a crime no doubt, but she was not sentenced to imprisonment. Rather she willingly goes and jumps into a jail. And poor Khalid is faced with the task of bringing her back home, that too before his mother returns back from work.
It’s a beautiful story which gives the message of courage and empathy.
The book describes the tough times faced by the villagers during the pandemic.
It’s time for summer vacations, ice-creams and fun! Sheba’s parents want her to go to a summer camp her school has organized as her father thinks she needs a lesson on time management.
It is about a boy called Malhar, who wants to become a famous tabla player and perform along with his brother Kedar and friend Chetan. The trouble starts when they go to a big concert and Malhar notices that the singer is sitting in the middle of the stage.
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.