Book Review: Ananya, A Bittersweet Journey by Shilpa Gupta
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Book Review: Ananya, A Bittersweet Journey by Shilpa Guptafeatured

Ananya, A Bittersweet Journey written by Shilpa Gupta and published by Rupa Publications,  is a work of fiction (classified in the Young Adults category) which deals with a very important issue faced by a generation today – teenage pregnancies. Ananya Sharma is a seventeen year old go-getter who aspires and works hard at getting into Read more

Interview With Shilpa Gupta: Author of Ananya, A Bittersweet Journey
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Interview With Shilpa Gupta: Author of Ananya, A Bittersweet Journeyfeatured

Maya sent across a series of questions to Shilpa Gupta, the author of Ananya, A Bittersweet Journey  which deals with a very important issue faced by a generation today – teenage pregnancies. Read on to find out Shilpa’s views on talking about sex to our children, her views on guys in general and what inspired Read more

Interview with Simi Rao , Author of “The Accidental Wife”
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Interview with Simi Rao , Author of “The Accidental Wife”featured

Aarti talks to Simi Rao, author of “The Accidental Wife”. Simi reads a passage from her book and talks about her journey as a Physician and an author of books for the Indian Diaspora. Aarti reviewed “The Accidental Wife” earlier. “The Accidental Wife is a beautiful love story set across India and America. Naina and Read more

Raising Your Child’s Self Esteem – Talk with Dr. Lalitha Appachu
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Raising Your Child’s Self Esteem – Talk with Dr. Lalitha Appachufeatured

Our talks with Dr. Appachu have been very popular over the last few weeks. A couple of our readers asked these questions on a child’s self esteem. Dr. Appachu gives us some answers. The questions: 1. The question I had was regarding self image of a child. I have a 5 year old (an only Read more

Book-a-Activity: Rani’s First Day at School
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Book-a-Activity: Rani’s First Day at Schoolfeatured

Rani’s First Day at School written by Cheryl Rao and illustrated by Mayur Mistry, published by Pratham Books is IMC and EasyLib‘s book Recommendation for April 2015. Your toddler’s big day might be near or far, but playing school is undoubtedly a fun thing to do. Pretend play has a great role in development of language, Read more

Book-a-Activity: What Shall I Wear Today?
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Book-a-Activity: What Shall I Wear Today?featured

Here is a nice little activity to for your kids to dress,re-dress and re-dress a little pal to their heart’s content. Let your kids go wild mixing and matching clothes as they like! This felt dress up activity works great with this month’s book recommendation from IMC and EasyLib, What Shall I Wear Today? by Natasha Read more

“Teacher ,Can You Please Tell my Kid to…..” – School Influences on Our Children
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“Teacher ,Can You Please Tell my Kid to…..” – School Influences on Our Childrenfeatured

For all the parents of kids who go to CBSE schools, it is the start of another new academic year. Even before the other schools have finished the last academic year, the new one has started for CBSE schools, before they break for the summer. Its a part of continuous comprehensive education that CBSE follows. Read more

Your Weekly Inspiration
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Your Weekly Inspirationfeatured

Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened – Dr.Seuss, writer and cartoonist   Source: Mom Candy, Edited by J.Pincott You May Also Like: Your Weekly Motherhood Quote Women Power Get Inspired Being a Good Mother

Website Review: Pinkorblue.com
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Website Review: Pinkorblue.comfeatured

This is a sponsored post written by our sponsored post writer – Geeta Today, India is probably the fastest growing market for online retailers in the world. Households from various income slabs are finding it a lot more convenient and economical to shop online, rather than scouring through the physical shops for hours. No doubt, Read more

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