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Book Review – ‘Ranji’s wonderful bat and other stories’ by Ruskin Bond

Come summer, here come summer vacations and come summer vacations and it is summer camp frenzy time. Yes, given the ever busy work schedules of parents, ever diminishing safe, open spaces for...

Women’s Day Special – Book Review – “Big Hero size zero”

Every year around this time, we find numerous write-ups and discussions in the media, symposiums and talks in educational institutions, and musical/cultural events revolving around what has now...

Book Review – Amar Chitra Katha series “Param Vir Chakra – The Ultimate Honour”.

We step into the New Year with a mixed note of hope and horror, given the recent terrorist attacks at the Pathankot Airforce station that shocked the nation. In the combing operations that followed,...

What I learnt from this book – “All You Need is Love – The Art of Mindful Parenting” by Shelja Sen

Sometime back I received a book to read and review. It was an interesting book on parenting. Before you reach a conclusion and think “Oh no! Not another guidebook on parenting,” let me tell you...

Book Review – “Reignite Scientific Pathways to a Brighter Future” by Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalam

Today’s kids are sure of what they want and what they don’t…don’t they? The current generation of kids seems to be a lot more uninhibited and daring than we were…and why shouldn’t they...

Book Review: The History Mystery Series by Natasha Sharma, for tweens

For today’s kids, it’s all about packaging!  Be it food, school, homework or daily routine activities…….they have to be jazzed up and made fun for them to want to do them! Well…we parents...

Book review: Subhas Chandra Bose, edited by Vinitha Ramchandani

Title: Subhas Chandra Bose – What Netaji Did, What Netaji Said. Edited by: Vinitha Ramchandani Publisher: Hachette India Recommended age level: 10+ One of the ParentEdge ex-bloggers, Vinitha...

Book Review: Being Boys, for Age 10+

Though as a generation we have managed to challenge certain gender stereotypes, we have still not been able completely break free from the same. Urban parents have been a lot more encouraging of...

Book Review: The Year of Billy Miller, by Kevin Henkes

Another year has gone by …and it’s time to welcome 2015. Standing at the threshold of a new year always fills one with expectations and hope! Another year full of events and non-events, another...

Book Review: To Daughter, with Love, by Nicola Simpson

“No parent should have to bury their child.” – The first time I heard these words (Theoden, King of Rohan, LOTR), I was haunted by the depth of emotion behind them, and that emotion—a...