Jul 252021

Review: Mirror, Mirror

This book is about a girl and her struggle with being body shamed and her subsequent struggles at loving herself. Ananya, a bright teenager who loves baking, is fat shamed by friends at a birthday party, after which she transforms into a biryani hating, salad eating, cracker munching, hangry, “work in progress” woman, who sees nothing but her fat bulges in the mirror.

Jun 132021

Review: Murder At Daisy Apartments

It’s about Nandini Venkat, a 15 year old girl, who goes on a murder-solving adventure from her room, since where she lives – The Lily and Daisy Twin Apartments, were sealed off by the BMC after one positive case of Covid-19 was detected.

Jun 132021

Review: Dark Tales

If there are genres in ghost stories, they are all in here. Along with some strange settings, from Mumbai local trains to park benches to even a graveyard in USA. All in all, these are eleven dark and twisted stories, with a contemporary India thread running through.

Mar 122021

Review: Ahimsa

Ahimsa by the author Supriya Kelkar is about India’s fight for Independence through the eyes of a ten year old girl, Anjali. The story revolves around Anjali’s life when her mum joined the ‘Quit India’ movement. The drastic changes in her life, the risks her parents took along with the people who were part of the movement, the peer pressure she experienced from her classmates because her parents were part of the movement and also because she treated the ‘untouchables’ like a normal human being.

May 212019

The Midnight Gang

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