Children's Fiction, Humour, Illustrated

#MithilaReviewsBooks – Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid

Greg Heffley is the person I wanted to be when I was younger. Cool, rebellious, street-smart. Rowley Jefferson was the person I laughed at. "What a loser," I'd say to myself, after reading all about Greg's awesome adventures and his brilliant (to my juvenile mind) sense of humour. Rowley was, ironically, quite similar to the… Continue reading #MithilaReviewsBooks – Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid

Children's Fiction, Writing

#MithilaReviewsBooks – Writing is Fun by Jeanne Perrett

Do you secretly hope that your child will grow up to be the next bestselling author? Do your fingers itch to ensure that your kid writes something more everlasting than the ephemeral homework he/she does everyday? You can do something other than fret about how English composition books are making your child's literary skills rusty.… Continue reading #MithilaReviewsBooks – Writing is Fun by Jeanne Perrett

Children's Fiction, Fiction, Indian Fiction

#MithilaReviewsBooks – The Globetrotters by Arefa Tehsin

"The Globetrotters" by Arefa Tehsin, with illustrations by Nafisa Nandini Crishna is a children's fiction book published by Penguin Random House India, under the imprint Puffin Books. The cover of the book appeals to the eye. And is also a foreshadow to the plot. The plot of "The Globetrotters" goes like this: Once upon a… Continue reading #MithilaReviewsBooks – The Globetrotters by Arefa Tehsin

Children's Fiction, Illustrated

#MithilaReviewsBooks : The Ammuchi Puchi by Sharanya Manivannan

"The Ammuchi Puchi" by Sharanya Manivannan, illustrated by Nerina Canzi was the perfect short story for me to read, after a long hiatus from reading books and book blogging. Thank you Penguin Random House India for sending me a review copy of this awesome book. Let's get to the review. But before that, take a… Continue reading #MithilaReviewsBooks : The Ammuchi Puchi by Sharanya Manivannan

Children's Fiction

Adventures in Farland by Moshank Relia #BookReview

A good children's story book has the following trait: adults can read and enjoy it too. After all, when the kid is of a younger age, don't the parents read goodnight stories to them from children's fiction books? And hence, shouldn't the book make the adult reader smile and laugh too? Moshank Relia's "Adventure in… Continue reading Adventures in Farland by Moshank Relia #BookReview