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About Miheika Publications Today we have, yet another book from Miheika Publications! A Diwali book for young children – Lilu’s Lantern, written and illustrated by Devika Joglekar. This is our second book from Miheika Publications and I was happy to review it for IMC. The illustrations by Devika are so simple, yet so pleasing and perfect – one of the biggest USP…

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Hindi Diwas/ Hindi Day is celebrated across India on 14th of September every year to show the importance of Hindi language in the country. This began when the Devnagari script was approved as an official language by the Constituent Assembly on 14th September, 1949. If you are planning to raise your child bilingual and Hindi is your chosen language then,…

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It is Back to school time here in the United States. And back to school means, early morning lunches! With a few days to go before first day of school here in the east-coast, I found myself browsing for recipes – quick and easy, approved by the 6 yr-old, no mess, easy to pick and eat…

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As we move away from India, raising our kids to be bilingual does get difficult. However, there are a lot of bilingual books available in the market these days. And if Hindi is your chosen language and quality of the book is important to you, here are 2 really well-made books Das Din & Gol Mol Bol…

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With the onset of August, comes the season of Indian Festivals and celebrating them is a great way to pass on some of the Indian culture to our kids. Secondly, most festivals come with a story and tell me one kid that does not like to listen to stories! And then there are the yummy…

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July 29 is International Tiger Day .This International Tiger Day is both to raise awareness for the conservation of these majestic creatures and also to celebrate them. We have 3 chapter books on Tigers that have won awards and won our approval! Tiger Boy (Winner of the South Asian Book Award) It’s only once a while that you…

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Be it summer days or weekend breaks, art and craft is one of the best and easiest ways to keep young kids engaged! Screen free afternoons that help stimulate your child’s brain is the need of the hour. So, here you have a super fun and easy summer activity to work with patterns – Making your own stamps!…

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Shoe Shopping is a charming little book from Miheika Publications. It is written and illustrated by Devika Joglekar. The book is targeted at kids aged 4 and above. About the Author & Illustrator Devika Joglekar, the author of the book is an award winning animator and illustrator based in San Francisco bay area, CA. She has been…

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If museums make your kids groan about how boring they are, here is a round up of 5 of our favorite hands-on museums for kids in California. Psst…….You can touch everything here 🙂 1. Exploratorium                           pic credit: Exploratorium Located in San Francisco’s Pier…

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Growing up, listening to stories from our grandparents and parents was how most of us learnt about Indian mythology. These stories made the Divine seem human and almost friend-like. I guess that is why we love them, celebrate them and want to share them with our kids. Ranjani Krishnaswamy of Nosey Trunk combines such stories with her love for…

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About the Author Celebrate Holi with Me is the latest release From the Toddler Diaries series by Shoumi Sen. The first book in the series was Celebrate Durga Pujo with Me! The Toddler Diaries Series started off as a series of poems that the author wrote for her daughter.As you turn the pages of this book, you…

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Ronny the Bully, is the 3rd  book in TED, The Fire Engine series by Lakshmi Mitter. IMC has had Ted, The Fire Engine with us for sometime now . Lakshmi Mitter had first put up her book, as a video story on IMC and later when the series became a book. We are glad that Ted has been a…

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My daughter and I recently visited Mumbai for a few weeks. And when we returned, I got this children’s book about Mumbai –  Let’s Visit Mumbai, for review! And as I started reading it I felt, wait a minute, did I write this book! That feeling of been there, done that really hit me hard and it brought a…