Who is the boss of gardening at home? Read this fun humorous tale from a child’s viewpoint as she silently observes her parents challenging each other! An enriching read from Katha Publishers.
Halloween is celebrated in many parts of the world, though not very extensively in India. However, it is a perfect excuse to read Halloween books, soon becoming a genre by itself!
What if you are forbidden to be friends with your young neighbour? And when you ask why, all you get is silence? Can there be friends behind walls?
There are just so many types of books to choose for toddlers. We present a curated list of the different book categories that present a diverse category-selection of interactive books for toddlers.
Sometimes your ‘birthday week’ can throw in delightful and fun surprises and sometimes ahem, unexpected and weird situations! Middle-schoolers would love this fun read!
The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Playing Cricket by Natasha Sharma is a step-by-step (cheeky!!!) pictorial guide to initiate the uninitiated to the sport called cricket.
“Never underestimate the power of an honest conversation” and “trusting your child’s instincts” is one of the many takeaways that Raising Mamma by Lalita Iyer offers.
For want of a cleaner and greener environment for our present and future generations, our habits and practices need to change. City of Stars by Ekta Ohri shows how small changes matter.
A mesmerizing Chinese koi fish inspires a timeless tale for children….a tale where dreams matter and where they do come true!