Discover India series by Sonia Mehta is back with another book “Festivals of India”. Children can expect reading about celebrations around the country.
Naomi Datta is back with her second book, How to be a likeable bigot, a fresh and witty take on life today. If you love her tweets, you would love this.
If you are one who waits for November to grab a copy of the diary of Greg, the 14th installment is out “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball “.
In August 1945 two countries, neighbors, celebrated their freedom from years of British colonization. A strong reason to celebrate. Or perhaps not so. In next few months people witnessed one of the greatest migrations in human history. The blood drenched partition is unforgettable. In the book “Across the line” by Nayanika Mahtani unfolds the tales of borders, beliefs and emotions of individuals who fell prey of games played by people.
Soumya Bhattacharya explores human emotions of love and loss with the book Thirteen Kinds of Love. An intricate mesh of relationships and lives.
The Golden Eagle by Deepak Dalal is a feather-raising adventure and the fourth installment of the “Feather Tales”. There is also a spark of self-acceptance.
Dawn: The Warrior Princess of Kashmir by Rakesh K Kaul is a science fiction. The plot cleverly weaves Niti stories in a futurist world.