Written in rhyme, the book takes the reader through all the possible sights that a tree can see – good and bad, happy and sad. Children playing, birds singing, storms and wars. Trees bear silent witness to everything, and have so many stories to tell.
Dance, Nani, Dance, an anthology of adorable stories of grandparents from acclaimed authors, takes you on an emotional roller-coaster ride.
This book is a collection of Ruskin Bond’s very favorite nature stories ranging from ‘The Cherry Tree’ to ‘The Tunnel’ and many more such 25 beautifully written stories.
Written in a poem form, this book is so lyrical that it’s difficult to put down. It talks about a boy who once thought that he wanted to have a tree of his own and so he put some cherry seeds in the ground and forgot about it.
This book is about how many hardships Mr. Bond had to go through in his life in order to become an author. How one thing led to another, and how he became the most celebrated author of all times.
Reading a Ruskin Bond book to a 5 year old who does not sit in one place for more than 30 seconds?! I was pleasantly surprised that it was a picture book, and that too in rhyme!