Fact and fiction merge in a story that spans time and continents, but is connected by a single object- a piano. This ‘piano story’ will strike a deep chord in your heart!
Uma Balasubramaniam dons the mantle of a historian as she recreates the life and times of a beloved ruler of Baroda- Sayajirao Gaekwad III. Are you ready for a trip down the annals of history?
It may have a not-so-serious sounding name, but nonsense literature has a lot to offer readers of all ages. Dive into this fascinating world through an equally fascinating book.
The Tale of Makkhilal merges a profound social message with a beautiful reading experience thanks to the simple language and delightful illustrations for the 3-6-year-old age group.
With a compelling medical theme running through each of their storylines, these books give the reader a glimpse into the inner workings of the world of medicine.
Alexis Deacon’s talent for creating unique and exquisite picture books for children is evident from the enviable repertoire of his works. Taking his book Beegu as a starting point, Bookedforlife chats with the writer and artist about his creative process.
The ever-elusive work-life balance for women is a universal issue, and many books explore the its dynamics. Here, we look at Lean In, a classic by Sheryl Sandberg and compare it with the lessons we can learn from women scientists at ISRO. Unlikely contenders? Well, read on to see….