This is a round-up of some of the books we've read in 2021 so far.
We used to post this every Wednesday, and we thought why not begin blogging again by recording what we are upto. So, currently, Here’s what Madhurya had to say- Reading: Get a life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert. Watching: Movie "The bridges of Madison County" and series " How to get away with murder" on … Continue reading What we are… (Nov. 11, 2020)
February was crazy and not just because of Medha's exams; I was feeling kinda crazy too. I lost my appetite, felt tired most of the time, lost interest in everything that normally excites me; In short, I wasn't myself! And not being yourself is the worst thing you can be, I tell you. But I … Continue reading 30 Things to do in 2016- February update
I love books with female protagonists. If a book has a female central character and the story revolves around a book club as well, then no kid can attempt to divert my attention from it with his/her cuteness! This happened as I read "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society" written by Annie Barrows … Continue reading The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Medha is elated to possess her own library card. It is in her name and helps her access books and the children's-room computers. We are yet to see what those computers hold but I'm told they have educational games and other knowledge-enhancing programs for kids. I think she'll love it; she has already sort of … Continue reading Power to Read