Satyajit Ray in 100 Anecdotes is a delightful collector’s item, both for children and adults. It demystifies this genius through anecdotes, some little known secrets and some well known ones, which are already in the public realm. It’s an easy, memorable read. You really don’t need to worry which page you are on, as each page is a story in itself.
The brilliance with which the author engages the youngest of the readers combined with the wonderful illustrations in the book make this a fantastic read. The story had my child hooked right from the first page, with the awesome shopping list illustrations.
Sani is scared of all animals. When her mother brings a stray kitten home, Sani is petrified. She stays away from the kitten all the time, that whole day giving excuses and escaping from it. But the following night, a thunderstorm hits their place. The horrified kitten wants to go to Sani.
Title: Big Bully and M-Me Author: Arti Sonathlia Illustrated by: Sebin Simon Type: Paperback Age group: 7-10 years Posting this on behalf of my 9-year-old boy, Aryaveer. This is his first book review here :).…Continue Reading
Book: Big Bully And M-Me Author: Arti Sonthalia Type: Paperback Age group: 7-10 years Thank you Kids Book Cafe for running the KeepCalmAndReadOn reading campaign and sending us this lovely Duckbill hOle book by Arti…Continue Reading
*Award winning author-illustrator Book: Hairy Maclary’s Bone Author-Illustrator: Lynley Dodd Type: Paperback Ages: 2-5 years What readers like about this book: Who can resist a hilarious Hairy Maclary book in rhyme? The award winning author-illustrator’s books…Continue Reading