Children's fiction

Four Different Stories by Daniel Pinkwater

I am working my way through my backlist as and when I am up for it, and the first thing I tackled was this smaller children's book that I had on my virtual shelf for a long time. This would not work for too young kids as they would probably be more entertaining for the… Continue reading Four Different Stories by Daniel Pinkwater

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Children's fiction

The Swish of the Curtain (Blue Door #1) by Pamela Brown

There was only one main reason why I downloaded a copy of this book from Edelweiss+, and that was to satisfy my curiosity if this was a book I read almost two decades(a little lesser than that but I thought it sounded better than 1.5 decades) ago from British Council Library in my city. I… Continue reading The Swish of the Curtain (Blue Door #1) by Pamela Brown

Children's fiction, Fantasy, Young Adult/Children

Changeling (Sorcery and Society #1) by Molly Harper

There are days when you cannot find the right book to settle down with, it is never the books fault-just the day's. Further perusals of the books rejected on such days at a later time usually indicates a decent book if not a hidden gem. Today was one of those days. I had the time… Continue reading Changeling (Sorcery and Society #1) by Molly Harper

Children's fiction, Feel good

Books and Bricks: Rebuilding Manyano School by Sindiwe Magona

I received an advance copy of this book via NetGalley and enjoyed the short time it takes to read this book. It is an inspirational tale, one that both the young and the old can enjoy. The author has written this using her own experience in a similar situation, and the emotion shows. Despite not… Continue reading Books and Bricks: Rebuilding Manyano School by Sindiwe Magona

Children's fiction, Comics & Graphic Novel

I’m Not Your Sweet Babboo! by Charles M. Schulz

I am making my foray into books designed specifically for children with this book. I state this upfront solely because I know of multiple Peanuts panels which might apply more to the mind of an adult than to children. This book is not a collection of those panels. These are simple, upfront and mildly thought-provoking… Continue reading I’m Not Your Sweet Babboo! by Charles M. Schulz