Vikram and Aditya along with their companion and guide, Chitra challenge mother nature and follow the trail of the incredible forests. The trio embark on a journey until one night they get captured by an unknown criminal entity, separating them in the merciless wild.
Jamie’s elder sister is getting married in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. First the bride’s engagement saree went missing and later the place caught fire! A team of the best detectives was hired to find the missing thaali but Jamie trusted his friend Nisha the most.
Ramanujan is part of the “Great Minds at Work” series from Duckbill. It shows a year in the re-imagined world of Srinivasa Ramanujan. Punny, and filled with riddles, this will delight your kid, regardless of whether they are averse or keen towards the subject.
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.
In this book, a mother takes her children to the Taj Mahal to soak in the beauty and grandeur of one of the seven wonders of the world. This book gives the vast history of the Taj
Mahal to children in a story that pulls them into the rich history and heritage of India.
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