The backyard holds great potential. Backyard Adventure encourages free unstructured and often messy play which is sure to sow many happy memories of a childhood lived like a child!
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!
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.
What can a little ant do when every other ant in her colony thinks that ants don’t fly? But, she really wants to soar high! Sera Learns to Fly is a picture book that is a gentle lesson in believing in yourself.
Fables and stories find expression in the book inspired décor of Fable, an all-day café in Mumbai. Designed by Minnie Bhatt, Creative Director, Minnie Bhatt Design, the environ of Fable takes you through a literary landscape!
Do you indulge in the highest form of self-care the first thing in the morning? A morning ritual, as this book shows, has the potential to change your life forever.
A poignant and beautifully crafted novel for young adults, The Lies We Tell by Himanjali Sankar combines romance, suspense, a love triangle, intrigue and angst.
It is heartening to see the realms of science and poetry converge and intersect every now and then. Pariksith Singh, a physician and a poet, juggles the two worlds with ease. Starting off from his latest poetry collection, There Was A Girl I Loved Once, we glimpse into his world.
Flying with Grandpa by Madhuri Kamat is a poignant story of a special bond between a grandfather and his grandson. Peppered with humour, this family drama will appeal to younger readers.