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”

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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”

Gingersnap Snatcher by Vicky Weber

A simply adorable book for children with charming illustrations that will have children asking for more. Gingersnap Snatcher by Vicky Weber is a magnetic yet humorous tale of three children who love to eat their Grandma’s Gingersnap cookies. So when the kids learn that Grandma has made cookies to eat after they daydream about it.Continue reading “Gingersnap Snatcher by Vicky Weber”

Mama I love you by Mona Liza Santos

Mama I Love You, by Mona Liza Santos is a lovely rhyming poem which describes the infinite love a mother has for her child. Through a heartwarming poem author has expressed and celebrated the bond between a child and a mother. Taking her personal relationship with her son, she has written a poem which showsContinue reading “Mama I love you by Mona Liza Santos”

Sometimes When I’m Mad by Deborah Serani

Anger is a universal emotion that affects each one of us. Some are better equipped at handling their anger while others struggle with it. Children also experience a myriad of emotions from the time they are born. They are too young to understand the feelings each emotion awakens in them. The book Sometimes When I’mContinue reading “Sometimes When I’m Mad by Deborah Serani”

THE BOY WHO LOVED BOXES BY MICHAEL ALBANESE

The pandemic struck the world catching us all unaware and unprepared. Not even in the wildest of our dreams did we imagine a scenario where a disease has the whole world in its grip. This left the world in a depressing state leaving us to fend for ourselves alone. Each individual is battling a battleContinue reading “THE BOY WHO LOVED BOXES BY MICHAEL ALBANESE”

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”

Life in the Chastity Zone By Holly Brandon

Some may want to dismiss this book as chick lit and romance genre. But this book is much more than romance. It is a deep dive into relationships from two POV’s. The protagonist Chastity “Chase” Morgan is a smart, funny, tightly-wound, 30-year-old modern woman who is like your own girlfriend, one you like to spendContinue reading “Life in the Chastity Zone By Holly Brandon”

The Glass Boxes in Which We Live By Beatrice M. Sylvie

Priyanka Chopra, in one of her speeches, spoke of breaking the glass ceiling that we women come up against, in order to meet out true potential. When I saw this book I was strongly reminded of those words, and decided to pick up this book. I was not disappointed. Whenever I happened to put theContinue reading “The Glass Boxes in Which We Live By Beatrice M. Sylvie”

The Piano by Chari Smith

It is an amazing feeling to receive a digital review copy of a book. That is to read and review a book before it reaches other readers. Hence I was elated when I received a review request from Chari Smith, author of the book The Piano. It is only recently that I seem to haveContinue reading “The Piano by Chari Smith”