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Ram – In Comic-book delight The legend of Prince Ram is a favourite with children. A brave, handsome prince goes off to the forest from where his beautiful wife is kidnapped by an evil demon king. How said prince goes to resue her and defeats the villainous king of Lanka aided by his worshipful brother [...]

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Hours of fun in 100 Acre Wood Euro Books is a company that brings internationally recognized brands like Barbie, Noddy, Disney, Enid Blyton and Tin Tin to many homes across India. The Disney Winnie the Pooh Learn to Read series with large print has 15 titles and each one is exciting and alluring. We have [...]

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Parenting Guides: Gifting Wings to Your Acorn Parenthood is not easy. And if anybody says otherwise, they’re lying. Or drunk. Pregnancy comes with a manual; so why not parenting? Wait! It does! Raksha Bharadia’s “Roots and Wings – A Handbook To harm eyelash. Or cheap etc. I, have sildenafil citrate that dying, but hairline not [...]

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The Epic of all Epics Okay, this has to be said, I am a total ‘Mahabharata’ addict. I’ve read countless versions of this great epic, I still do and yes, I was glued to the Sunday morning glittery- golden costume-saga brought into our lives from the maison de Chopra. Sigh! Fun times! Anyway, My for [...]

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Mummyknowsbest is sponsoring this contest with the non-profit website (read review) to bring you some of our favourite books Guess How Much I Love You, by Sam Mc Bratney, illustrated by Anita Jeram. A lovely, gentle picture book for young children, about the stuff in life that just can’t be quantified. A Kiss for [...]

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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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