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The secret world that children’s imaginations live in isn’t understood by many. Its dark corners, nasty smells and dire consequences delight children endlessly. This is the world captured by Monideepa Sahu in The Riddle of the Seventh Stone: a magical tale in which bugs and vermin turn into humans, little girls swing from lampposts using [...]

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The Foxy Find-Outers Everybody loves a good mystery, but there?s a deplorable lack of fun, adventurous detective stories coming out of India, especially for kids. This pacy book follows the adventures of the Foxy Four, a group of 16 year-old convent school hostelites who are whizzes at solving seemingly impossible mysteries. Shades of Nancy Drew? [...]

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Extended Theatre Jill fakes playing the recorder. Little Red Riding Hood knows Karate. There are Gigglers, and Sisters, and a YouTube Diva. Julie thinks acting in a play is dangerous. Rudy prays that Dad won’t forget the Spaghetti. When Frankenstein was a kid he liked spinach. If your child is a budding actor, and you [...]

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What Goes Around… I remember growing up surrounded by a world of imagination, where carpets flew, children walked into fantasies through an old wardrobe, where the story of a girl as old as myself in Nazi Germany absorbed my full attention. Most moms I speak to today are concerned that their kids haven’t developed a [...]

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National integration is all very well, but the way our kids are taught about the country and her diversity leaves pretty much everything to the imagination. So imagine how refreshing it was to pick up a copy of Amazing India, a sort of funky ready-reckoner about all the Indian states from Kashmir to Kerala and [...]

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 Birthday cakes and other desserts   Kids ask for the strangest things – especially if you make the mistake of asking them! We have always felt that it’s never too early for an opinion, so when our daughter turned 3, we asked her which cake she wanted. We were expecting the usual suspects, Barbie and [...]

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