Category Archives: Miscellaneous

[Book Review] It’s a Mom Thing: Kickass Parenting by Sathya Ramaganapathy

It’s a Mom Thing: Kickass Parenting by Sathya Ramaganapathy will make you laugh till you cry! Beneath the hilarity and the brilliant writing, though, there are the intriguing stories about raising children that we will relate to and recognize immediately.  It’s a Mom Thing: Kickass Parenting by Sathya Ramaganapathy begins with a delightful spin on Jane…

Book Review: ‘When Morning Comes’ by Arushi Raina

When Morning Comes by Arushi Raina is a YA historical novel set during the 1976 Soweto student uprising. A powerful and moving book with interesting and diverse characters, your young adult will love it! As soon as I read When Morning Comes by Arushi Raina, I was fascinated by how this young writer had achieved something remarkble. She managed to…

Alone – Book Review

A much-needed Indian take on school fiction, Alone has all the ingredients of boarding school literature that we love, and more. If you have ever traveled to a foreign land or shifted houses, the transition is sure a strange phase! For some it might be exciting but for the rest it might be dreadful. Either way, it is understandable…

Want author Lakshmi Mitter to write a book about your child?

A custom picture book by Lakshmi Mitter is drawn and written completely around your child and his or her personality. Mitter uses details from your child’s life and makes the book truly special. We have a discount for the first 10 sign ups! Read on to find out more. Children’s book author Lakshmi Mitter has written…

There is No Such Thing as a Visual Learner: 2 Neuro Myths that are Still Prevalent in Schools

Have you ever thought of yourself as a right brained person? Has a school ever used marketing centered around “learning styles” to sell its curriculum or methodology to you? Do we use only 10% of our brain, like the movie Lucy had us believe? All these three ideas are not really backed by science. Last year, The Guardian published…