Looking for Diwali Books for Kids? Check out 5 of the Best Books on Diwali for Kids. They are great to hand out to kids at Diwali Party or as Diwali Gifts for your own kids. Also good if you are looking for Indian / diverse books for kids to read to your kids class.
There are many good books, but few that have a near-perfect first chapter. But this one does. The author absolutely nails the opening, which btw begins with a woman googling the correct way to dig a grave, the proper height, width & depth etc. And you tell me – how can any self respecting mystery…
When I first came across this book and the initial reviews – there is one thing anyone and everyone who read the book told me – the title is misleading. And now after having read the book, I agree. Yes the title is misleading. BUT, not entirely. This book is NOT a compilation of erotic…
A goal based monthly series, where I tackle my physical TBR (to be read) pile – one challenge at a time.
The Read-India-Thon Wrap Up Post, in which I share the books I read last week for the readathon (plus some bonus books), and also announce the Read-India-Thon giveaway winner!
You Beneath Your Skin by Damyanti Biswas – COVER REVEAL.
The Read-India-Thon Giveaway: Submit Your Readathon Challenge Entries in the linky at the bottom of this post.
My TBR for Read-India-Thon: The Indian Readathon + The Books I Picked for The Reading Challenges.
The introductory / sign up post for the Read-India-Thon Readathon: A Readathon Dedicated to Reading Indian Books and Authors.
If you’ve been following my reviews, you’ve seen how head-over-heels I was (still am) for We Should All Be Feminists by this author. And my feelings for that book haven’t changed. I still maintain that it’s the most articulate primer on Feminism that I have come across. But this book, Dear Ijeawele – A Feminist…