Book Review: And I passed my Boards by Naiyah Prakash

This time around, I am reading a book published by my daddy’s friend’s daughter (even my dad has author friends you know?). Naiyah didi is in grade 10th and she wrote about her experiences during this pandemic and online classes. The book “And I passed my Boards” is all about what this didi did and …

Book Review: The Colony Kid by Meena Chatty

This weekend, I read (rather my mom did the read aloud to me) another book from the Blogchatter’s EBook carnival. As per my mom, I am a neverending question bank, when it comes to history. This book gave me so much of raw material to think about. I know, I know, now you all must …

Book Review: A Magical Conquest by Arsh Sinha

This book, A Magical Conquest has been published by the son of my mommy’s friend. That brother’s name is Arsh Sinha. This boy has written all about superheroes and their magical conquest. I think he is also interested in magic and superheroes like me. Thank you, Anna, for penning down this good book. After reading …

Book Review: Catch the sight of Zoo Animals

As you all know that, me and my mom have published our book Shrav vs Sana in the Blogchatter EBook carnival. This time around there are couple of kids books in the carnival. So, I started going thorough them one after the other. Hence please stay tuned for my reviews about the Children’s books that …

#ReadYourWorld – Book Review: Sissy Goes Tiny

This time I got a book with a different and little funny name to review. This book has been sent to my mom as a part of the MultiCultural Book Day Event. It seems “MultiCultural Book Day” is a special event conducted by two people Valarie Budayr and Mia Wenjen. They both are working towards …

Book Review – Tania and the Mystery Smoker

One of my mommy’s friends has written so many books about Tania and my mommy reads those stories to me. But this story got my attention and I wanted to read it by myself completely. I hope by now you could have understood why I got interested in this book, isn’t it? If not, please …

Book Review: Maya’s Magical Adventures by Malcolm McCoard

I started reading this book along with my 8-year-old boy. He likes Magic and believes in it seriously and waits for fairies and angels in the night to fly by. So this is a perfect book for him. He loved the fact that this entire story has developed by the author along with his daughter. …

Book Review – EBook Marvellous Rhymes

One of my mommy’s blogger friend has published her EBook along with our book. So, my mom asked me whether I would be interested in reading that book. Believe me, initially I was reluctant to open and read those printed sheets my mom has given to me. Why would a seven-year-old kid be reading rhymes …

5 Books that I love on the Pongal Festival

Its that time of the year, wherein everyone in the villages would be busy with harvests and us kids would be eager to visit our grandparents during this Pongal festival. Normally, we get only one or two day’s holiday during this time, but we would take a couple of days off this side and that …

New Cultural Hub of Chennai for all book lovers

The other day, my mom took me to the #British Council Library. This place is totally different from the library images I had in mind.  Entering into the library is like entering into a big vibrant and colorful wall. There are so many interesting posters everywhere and the more I liked it is given below. …

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