When did you last rip off pages of a book? Well, that’s the first thing you need to do if you have this book filled with writing exercises for children. If you thought creative writing meant sitting with a pen and paper and mulling over it, think again!
Natasha Mehra Must Die has all the makings of a masala novel (if there is such a thing!), with a two millennia old secret organization, countless killings, colourful villains and a very relatable protagonist. It doesn't let you catch your breath till the end and still leaves you wanting for more!
Kaifiyat celebrates the birth centenary of celebrated poet Kaifi Azmi. Translated into English by Rakhshanda Jalil, the book brings the deep richness of Urdu poetry to the modern reader.
In my heart is a beautifully illustrated and touching book on families bound by heart. Explaining the concept of adoption to a child may seem daunting. However, this book crosses the barrier and gently approaches the topic.
The romance of retired life often comes shattering down when faced with reality. How can one thrive in retirement? Eric Thurman’s book, Thrive in Retirement offers simple secrets to being happy for the rest of your life.