This collection of stories retold masterfully by Neelam Kumar consists of ten stories which weave philosophy, righteousness and intellect.
One day the queen falls in water, causing a big splash. When queen’s eyes met a frightened fish, her insecurities took over and she threatened the fish to keep her secret. But we all know what happens with secrets…
World Book Capital encourages us to think of cities in the world being lined with bookshops and libraries. Of parks being full of people waiting to narrate stories. A place where people ask “What are you reading?” instead of “How are you?”. What a beautiful world this would be, right?
Sonia Mehta’s The Always Happy Book series published by Wonder House Books is creating a lot of buzz in our kbc community.
This story is about Jo-Jo, the orangutan, who was separated from his mother at a young age and taken to the city where he hardly finds any greenery.
It has mazes, spot the difference, join the dots, cool sticker activities, drawing and some very nice face masks. You can decorate your gingerbread house, fill Santa’s bag with cool presents, colour the Christmas doodle and feel all festive.