An open invitation to Christmas is the decorated shimmering evergreen Conifer tree. A simple round up of what you need to decorate the tree ….filled with Christmas reads!
Do you need to read the Bhagavad Gita to children for them to understand it? While this could be done with older kids, a new book brings Gita for children in form of stories they can relate to.
As we celebrate Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October 2019 and commemorate 150 years of Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary let’s take a look at a few captivating books for children on Gandhiji
Madhu Gurung’s heartfelt chronicles brings forth voices from Tibet… we hear these in “Tibet with my Eyes Closed” and find that peace-loving Tibetans have been waiting and yearning for autonomy for decades….
Self-designated teen detectives are endearing right? Neha and the Nose by Ruchika Chanana ventures into this much loved genre!
Who does not like reading stories about swashbuckling heroes who go around solving ancient unsolved mysteries in far off seldom visited places? Well, our hero Kakababu in ‘The Adventures of Kakababu’, goes on mysterious secret missions and has a devil may care attitude to life.
365 Tales from Islam is a rich collection of soul stirring folklores, incidents and legends involving Allah’s messengers and prophets of Islam.