“What I found particularly likeable was how Dixit has recreated the world of Bombay 3, a part of south Mumbai where he has grown up and observed with the detail of a journalist’s eye.The bit about the three friends who form the central characters of the book looking at trains, debating which one is the best and making plans to go out someday are also endearing.” – says Mohamed Thaver, senior journalist
Don’t be surprised if you hear huffing-chuffing & rattling sounds while reading this book named, ‘Halt Station India’. This book would fully enthral you in the world of wheels that transformed India. I had picked up this book two years ago at Delhi airport but it was just recently that I finished reading it.
Emotional Intelligence in children, why is it important now than ever before? The times are unnerving. Parents are constantly wondering how to develop Emotional Intelligence in children? Here are six ways that will help you in developing emotional intelligence in your child.
The Colony Kid by Meena Chatty is a brilliant choice for oldies like me to reminisce on our childhood. The writing is vivid, conversational and fun. It truly felt refreshing to read such a positive book, and positivity is ultimately paramount in these trying times. It shows how as kids adapted to change and found happiness in everything, and encourages us to do the same today.
Have you ever been in love? Do the twists and turns of love’s journey leave you enchanted and intrigued? If your answer is yes, then this book is for you.
Roma Gupta Sinha’s latest masterpiece, ‘I Live To Love You’ twists the formula of a fairy tale happy ending. It takes you on a wild ride of emotions and each page leaves you wanting to move to the next.
Read to find out why kids should learn the importance of balance, self-learning and joy, and how can parents direct them towards a better and brighter future.