Book Title: KALABATI, THE SHOWSTOPPERAuthor: MOTI NANDY/ Translated by: Arunava SinhaPublisher: Scholastic IndiaType: PaperbackPages: 128 pagesRecommended Age: 8-12 years Chak De! Kalabati I’m posting this review on behalf of my 10 year old daughter, Lakshana. The book is about a determined…Continue Reading
Do Gods and Goddesses descend from the heavens to mingle amidst the mortals and test us?
Author Rachna Chhabria’s wonderful chapter book tells a tale of one such instance.
The story is about a boy called Gopi Chander. He is a simple and ordinary boy who studies in Primrose Academy. Gopi doesn’t have any friends and worst of all-he is being bullied by the toughest, meanest bullies on earth!
A heartwarming story set in a school backdrop, this book talks about inclusion without actually talking about it. It is about a boy named Raghav, who is dyslexic (but not diagnosed). Since Raghav couldn’t read or write like his classmates, he gets bullied.
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There have been a number of people in our lives who have helped us in some way during the pandemic. Let’s take this opportunity to celebrate and salute them for their unconditional support.