The Living Mountain by Amitav Ghosh

I chanced upon this book while preparing the collection for my school library. As fan of Amitav Ghosh’s work it was no surprise that I was drawn to this book. At first I was surprised at the puny size of the book unlike the author’s other works which are sizeable 350-400 pages long. Even thoughContinue reading “The Living Mountain by Amitav Ghosh”

The Lonely Jacaranda by Russell Irving

The Lonely Jacaranda is a wonderfully illustrated book which tells the story of a Jacaranda tree that is planted away from her home. A stranger takes her away from her home and plants her seed in front of his house. He did this hoping that the Jacaranda seed would grow into a big tree providingContinue reading “The Lonely Jacaranda by Russell Irving”

The Extraordinary Pause by Sara Sadik

Life as we know completely changed post pandemic. No one was prepared for the outcome of the virus attack. It took the world by surprise like a stealth thief robbing a house in the middle of the night. The world which was running at a high speed , completely slowed down due to the pandemic.Continue reading “The Extraordinary Pause by Sara Sadik”

Extraordinary Women Who Changed The World By Riddleland

Extraordinary Women Who Changed Our World by Riddleland is not your run of the mill book of biographies for children. Riddleland has made a difference in their treatment of biographies. Unlike regular biographies which after a time become monotonous and boring, this collection holds on to your attention from the first person, Catherine the great.Continue reading “Extraordinary Women Who Changed The World By Riddleland”

Gugulu: The Little Bear Dares by Srividhya Lakshmanan

‘Gugulu: The Little Bear Dares,’ written by Srividhya Lakshmanan and illustrated by Akansha Krishnan, tells us the story of Gugulu. Gigulu is a sloth bear who thinks he is big enough to go to school alone. But his mom and dad think otherwise. They are concerned about him and want to keep him safe fromContinue reading “Gugulu: The Little Bear Dares by Srividhya Lakshmanan”

So How Will You Sleep by Annabel Gardiner

So How Will You Sleep by Annabel Gardiner is an adorable read for the tiny tots. Written in perfect rhyme it seems as if one is singing and not reading the text. The author has written the book in a conversation style between a mother and her child before bedtime. The mother asks the childContinue reading “So How Will You Sleep by Annabel Gardiner”

The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde is arguably one of the most versatile writers in English Literature. His works include literary masterpieces in nearly every literary genre one can think of. Among his works, his short story “The Happy Prince” (1888) occupies a special place. It is known for the signature style of writing of Oscar Wilde where heContinue reading “The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde”

Dante’s Cool Wheels by Marlyn Bondiero

It was just my luck that I chanced to grab this lovely book. Wanting to read something short I was searching for a short story or even a children’s book. Dante’s cute illustration caught my eye and reminded me of my own childhood pet. I am happy that I chose to review the book. IContinue reading “Dante’s Cool Wheels by Marlyn Bondiero”

Beneath the surface: B.K. Stubblefield

I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. My views are not influenced or have any bias for the writer or publisher. Over the years I have read many books. It’s a rarity that a book takes me through varied emotions, leaving me exhausted yet happy at the end. ThisContinue reading “Beneath the surface: B.K. Stubblefield”

The Awakening:Johannie Paradon

  I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. My views are not influenced or have any bias for the writer or publisher. The title alluded to me as it sounded fascinating and inviting. This is the first time I read a book in the paranormal genre. I was disappointedContinue reading “The Awakening:Johannie Paradon”