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.
A Conspiracy in Calcutta takes you back to ancient Calcutta (now Kolkata) through the eyes of a young girl Bithi, who wants to make a difference in the independence struggle of India in her own way.
Title: The Girl Who Climbed Mountains – Bachendri Pal (Dreamers series) Author & Illustrator: Lavanya Karthik Cover Design: Samar Bansal Publisher: Duckbill (Penguin Random House India) Type: Paperback Pages: 48 Recommended Age: 8 years+ (publisher recommendation for the Dreamer…Continue Reading
For young ‘Saloo’, birds were only something to be hunted, but when he happened to hunt a bird he couldn’t identify, it became a mystery that puzzled him.
The book explains each and every planet in a child friendly way and increases the curiosity in the readers to know more about the mysteries they enfold.
The book involves a cat – a smart cat who wants to feed some “food” to the plants. So, the cat parent explains to him how plants can make their own food.