Books, Movies, Music (68 entries)
order essay p>Our preschooler has just walked in to the homework stage of his life. He enjoys doing all the worksheets that are sent home and I suppose this lack of aversion has to do with the fact that the school work is similar to activities in workbooks that he loves and is familiar with. [...]
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In a recent post I was lamenting the lack of good books for tweens. I have a 12 year old niece who has not taken a shine to the magical, fantasy style nor does her mother want to encourage her reading the High School Musical variety and so besides Enid Blyton’s mystery series and the [...]
hello mummies! happy new year to all of you! here’s to a year filled with joy and evolution for you and your kids! To start off the New year on a literary note, here are some lists of the best in children’s books from all over the world. There are groupings for kids of different [...]
The lovely weather of pre-winter Delhi is perfect to ferry the kids to Bookaroo, the International Children’s Literature Festival. Kids can listen to authors read out bits from stories and poems, make puppets, create their own fantasy characters or graphic novel, all in the wonderful AnandGram venue, full of courtyards and trees and terracotta figures [...]
Review by Nisha Abraham “If there was one place I could be I think it would have to be under the sea If you think there’s nothing there You’re in for a surprise, to be quite fair!” If, like me, you love beautifully illustrated, easy to read, wonderfully imaginative books for children, you will adore [...]
adobe acrobat reader download p>Montu Karelia owner of L’Amour the bookshop and library at Hiranandani, Powai, really loves his books. His shop is tiny but packed with all types of books from floor to ceiling and they even spill out onto tables outside the shop. He has organised his collections author-wise and has separate sections [...]
can i get my ex back p>Most of us city folks assume that bird watching is a hobby that can only be enjoyed in the countryside. Actually our cities have plenty of species to be sighted if we just stop and observe or listen carefully at the break of dawn. In Mumbai, besides the obvious [...]
So the day finally arrived when they popped THE question. “Amma, how do babies get into your stomach?” Though I had prepared myself for just this moment, I went through the customary choking, coughing, gulping and mumbling unintelligibly before I was able to form a few coherent sentences.
Imagine life growing up in a town called Pandupur! If you and your kids are interested in finding out more, head over to Crossword Bookstore, Kemp’s corner on July 24th at 11 am.