Monthly Favorites – January 2020

The second month of this year has begun already. ALREADY! January has certainly been an eventful month and I'd like to recapitulate its goodness in the most concise manner possible. Here we go. Music - Maadu Meikum Kanne I was never a huge fan of folk music until I heard this. It often takes a... Continue Reading →

Children’s Book Review – One Mole Digging A Hole

I made my first attempt to enkindle baby D's numeracy and spurred him on to read One Mole Digging A Hole, a numerical picture book written and illustrated by Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt respectively. This colorful counting book has an impressive rating of 3.8 in goodreads which sort of beguiled me into buying it... Continue Reading →

Children’s Book Review – Dear Zoo

"Dear Zoo" is a classic lift-the-flap book first written and published in 1982, by Rod Campbell. It is a simple yet captivating book for kids who love to practically experiment the contents while reading. Baby D is totally obsessed with this handy piece of awesomeness and I thought it'd be perfect to post a review... Continue Reading →

Children’s Book Review – Hooray For Fish!

Hello friends, Hope you are doing great. It's raining cats and dogs at our place, leading to frequent blackouts, transport disruption and local holidays. I am possibly the least affected one here right now, except when the environmental catastrophe plays with my Wi-Fi. Lol!! We have been reading the book "Hooray for Fish!" for the... Continue Reading →

Children’s Book Review – The Very Hungry Caterpillar

The Very Hungry Caterpillar, written by Eric Carle is a children's picture story book published in 1969. This classic fable is widely recognized in the Western countries and is described as "one of the greatest childhood classics of all time". The book has now gained immense popularity amidst the Indian readers as well. If you... Continue Reading →

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