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Author Interview – Mayank Manohar of Shadow of the past

I recently received a copy of the debut novel by the author Mayank Manohar – Shadow of the past. The book is about life choices. Life throws up tough choices that often control your life, forcing you to carry the… Continue Reading →

Neev Literature festival 2019 for kids and parents

Reading is one of the best habits a child can possess. Books can teach a child a lot about many different things and boost their confidence. They can be a child’s best friend for life. My daughter is an avid… Continue Reading →

A list of 5 fun Books for your Toddlers

Books are a wonderful way which helps your child develop in multiple ways. Sharing stories, talking on a daily basis helps your child’s growth in multiple ways. Reading books with your toddler is a wonderful way to bond with them,… Continue Reading →

A must read book for parents of teens and preteens

Do you know that you have to be at least 13 years old to have a Social media account? Well, my daughter knew it and it seemed like she was anxiously waiting to turn 13 to start her FB account…. Continue Reading →

A Book by Children, for Children- Mypedia reader by Pearson India

The child prodigy, Adora Svitak, says, “The world needs ‘childish’ thinking, bold ideas, wild creativity, and optimism.” I completely agree with her as I am a big fan of creativity and always encourage my daughters to imagine and create. I… Continue Reading →

Picky Eaters by Dr. Amrita Basu and Dr. Abhijit Misra – Book Review

Picky Eaters by Dr.Amrita and Dr. Abhijit About the Authors Dr.Amrita Basu is an ENT surgeon and a mommy to a five-year-old .Dr.Abhiit Misra is her husband. They are teachers in a medical college and passionate about spreading the message… Continue Reading →

Reading- Do you Encourage your Child to Read? #AtoZchallenge

R for Reading I love reading books and used to be an avid reader. There were days when I would basically do nothing but finish a book. But now I don’t get as much time and reading has taken a… Continue Reading →