Book Review: Leatherback and the Strange Place Thanks to Writersmelon for this gripping thriller, here goes the review Genre: children’s Fiction Reading Level: 6-9yrs Total Pages: 192 Publisher: Srishti Publishers & Distributors Author: Shubhra Shah About the Author: Shubhra Shah has … Continue reading Leatherback and the Strange Place- Entertaining Read for Kids and Adults alike
Thanks to blogchatter and Readomania for this humorous fiction, here goes the review Name of the Book: Conspiracy of Aunts Genre: Contemporary Fiction Total Pages: 253 Publisher: Readomania Author: Anjana Basu About the Author: Born in Allahabad, schooled for … Continue reading Book Review: Conspiracy of Aunts
Finally I read the UNREAD, and here is the detailed review Name of the book: UNREAD Author : 100 writers, Platform for artists Publication: FanatiXx Publication Number of pages: 143 About: Platform for Artist Pune based social enterprise- ‘Platform … Continue reading Book Review- UNREAD
Writing is always fun and taking it to a professional level only increases the passion and excitement of writing. Here is my darling Hubby, sharing his first hand experience about being spouse to a blogger. MUST READ…. and do share ‘whats your story?’ Continue reading Living with Blogger Spouse #guestpost
As parents we always keep trying to teach and inculcate good habits in our kids, its much easier when they are young. We bring them interactive books, read them aloud along with kids imitating the emotions, read them bed time stories in short, we do everything to make sure, books become their companion. However, as the kids grow up, they have more than one advisor the special impact is of friends, the peer pressure changes their choices than what parents are says, and we often get to her, “my friends don’t do this”, yes, I am talking about the age when kids are about reach adolescence. The kids aged between 10 to 12 are popularly known as Tween agers.
I have one at home, hence know what are the challenges in keeping them glued, they are just like toddlers “na dhang se bade, na hi dhang se bade”, confused as ever. Continue reading 5 Must have books for Tweens #Booknblogwithus