Meera unfortunately and obviously had no say in this misogynistic practice of forced child marriage and abides by the orders that she had been given. She moves in with her in-laws and husband at the tender age of thirteen.
Queen of Fire by the brilliant historian Devika Rangachari is the third in the ‘Queens’ series and unfolds the tale of the feisty, bold Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi. I was intrigued when I got it as unlike the other two queens Dida of Kashmir and Prithvi Mahadevi, who were lost in the pages of history, Rani of Jhansi was a rather well known queen. I wondered what else could I discover about her…
Book Title – Out of My Mind Author – Sharon M. Draper Published by Simon & Schuster India Type – Paperback Recommended Age – 10 and above I am posting this review on behalf of…Continue Reading
Title: Queen of Earth Author: Devika Rangachari Type: Paperback Age Group: 12+ years After the brilliant tale of Didda in ‘Queen of Ice’, author and historian Devika Rangachari brings us the tale of Prithvimahadevi, the…Continue Reading
Book: The Midnight Gang Author: David Walliams Type: Paperback Ages: 10-14 years What we like about this book: David Walliams has a way of being funny and sensitive at the same time. His…Continue Reading