He-Man and the Thundercats – Comic Review

November 17, 2018 By Unnati Ved If you were a kid growing up in the 80's, there were very few options for kids on television. In Those you either had He Man or you had GI JOE He-Man and the Masters of the Universe was was one my favourites. Even…

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Have we forgotten to teach gratitude to our kids?

Profound thoughts from an Eager Readers parent Radhika Agarwal November 14, 2018 Imagine....I found a magic lamp. I rubbed it and a genie appeared asking, “Kya hukum mere Aaka? “ (What is your wish Sire?) I asked this question to my nine year old daughter Prisha. She paused for a…

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Jeff Kinney Author of the Wimpy Kid on reading

November 1, 2018 By Guardian Jeff Kinney knows exactly why his Diary of a Wimpy Kid series appeals to reluctant readers. “If there is one lesson I’d like kids to take away from my stories, it is that reading is fun.” He thinks it is vital for parents and teachers…

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Pippi Longstocking – A Book Review

By Radhika Agarwal October 30, 2018 Reading age - 7 and up (Full length series) Read aloud age - 6 and up Picture books can be read 5 and up Pippi Longstocking is the first of three full length books about an invincible girl Pippi written by Swedish writer Astrid…

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MIDDLE GRADE FANTASY BOOKS ABOUT INDIAN MYTHOLOGY

October 27, 2018 By Bookriot I recently finished The Serpent’s Secret by Sayantani DasGupta, which is the story of a regular 12-year-old girl on the East Coast of the U.S. who suddenly finds herself separated from her parents when her mystical heritage is revealed and she must join up with…

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