The book itself can be treated as an introduction to the world of the master story teller, Mr. Satyajit Ray. But I bet no one can predict the twists his tales. The book doesn’t end with the stories. It has a very unique, “Things to think about” on the last page. It is full of ideas for creative writers.
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Book: Fables by Ally Author: Aliya Shetty Oza Type: Paperback Age: 6-9 years I am posting this book review on behalf of my 6 year old son, Praagvansh. So we got this cute little book…Continue Reading
Book: Grandma’s Bag Of Stories Author: Sudha Murty Type: Paperback Ages: 7 years+ What we like about this book: All of the stories in this book are hilarious, yet teach you some sort of…Continue Reading