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!
Features and reviews of books that have special interest for children. The age groups between 0-12 have a wealth of books dedicated to them. We sieve through these and bring forth our curated picks. We also discuss relevant aspects and issues related to the realm of children’s literature.
If you’re a nature lover, this beautifully illustrated book is a window into the fascinating world of feathered friends. From young readers to adults... Birds in my Garden and Beyond is a book for all!
Inside a Dark Box paints a picture of what depression looks and feels like. By using the analogy of a Dark Box, the book portrays the mental landscape of a person who is undergoing depression.
Ketaki Mazumdar’s beautifully illustrated picture book narrates a simple tale of love and sharing. Set in the midst of an enthralling forest, it whips up the imagination of children.
The Wizard Khizr is a simple and crisp tale that takes the reader to the court of the Shah of Persia… leading to a surprising series of events and a heart-warming end!
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.
A delightful story in verse, a heart-warming message and exquisite pictures… Rats Bigger than Cats is a fun picture book for 2-7-year olds.
“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.
Haiku lovers rejoice! Use these books to bring forth the magic Haiku for children...