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Your picks this month

Title: The One and Only Bob Author: Katherine Applegate Publisher: HarperCollins  Bob sets out on a dangerous journey in search of his long-lost sister with the help of his two best friends, Ivan and Ruby. As a hurricane approaches and time is running out, Bob finds courage he never knew he had and learns the […]

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Librarian uses drones to deliver books 

The world is not a very happy place right now, but there are a few who have not accepted defeat. With no amusement parks, picnics, or even movie halls, children have not much to do at home. Books are actually our best friends these days, and one person is making sure that all kids get […]

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Read JK Rowling’s new book online, for free! 

It is NOT a spin off of Harry Potter! Famous writer of the wizarding world has published a new book online, and it’s free for all to read.  Till now she published two chapters and has promised to upload the remaining chapters of the book in coming weeks.  The fairy tale “The Ickabog” would also […]

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Books: Your picks this month

Title: Ghost Squad Author: Claribel A Ortega Publisher: Scholastic This action packed supernatural fantasy is a mixture of Coco with Stranger Things and a hint of Ghostbusters in it. For Lucely Luna, ghosts are more than just the family business. Shortly before Halloween, Lucely and her best friend, Syd, cast a spell that accidentally awakens […]

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Books: Best picks for April

Madame Badobedah Author: Sophie Dahl An imagination is a wild thing; and sometimes it gets the best of even the youngest among us. In this tale by Sophie Dahl, little Mable thinks the worst of the newest guest at the Mermaid Hotel. Madame Badobedah leaves a lasting impression in this adventurous romp you’ll want to […]

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Read this: Of friendships and loss

Like Nothing Amazing Ever Happened Author: Emily Blejwas Publisher: Penguin Random House Justin doesn’t know anything these days. Like how to walk down the halls without getting stared at. Or what to say to Jenni. Or how Phuc is already a physics genius in seventh grade. Or why Benny H. wanders around Wicapi talking to […]

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Books: Your picks for this month

Dragonslayer: Wings of FireAuthor: Tui T. SutherlandPublisher: Scholastic Press Ivy doesn’t trust the Dragonslayer. He may be her father and the beloved ruler of Valor, but she knows he’s hiding more than the treasure from the sand dragon he killed two decades ago.  Leaf doesn’t trust dragons. They’re the reason his favorite sister, Wren, is […]

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On the list: Get a hold of this book 

The TorchbearerAuthor: A.B. Majmudar Like any bored eleven-year-old with an imagination, Prem makes fantastic wishes. So when his father drags him to a monsoon-lashed Mumbai, Prem knows it’s futile to dream of home. Instead, he wishes for a genie, a dragon and some superpowers. What he certainly doesn’t wish for is a quest to save […]

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Books: January picks for you

Title: Interview with the RobotAuthor: Lee BaconPublisher: Audible Originals Eve looks like an ordinary 12-year-old girl, but there’s nothing ordinary about her. She has no last name. No parents or guardian. She’s on the run from a dangerous and secretive organization that will stop at nothing to track her down. And most astonishing of all: […]

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Constitution for kid, simple and straight! 

Every 26th January, people gather on New Delhi’s Rajpath amidst a colourful jamboree of fluttering flags, marching soldiers and dancing children. What is celebrated on this day is at the heart of our democracy-the magnificent Constitution of India. The document didn’t only lay down the law but united India with a vision that took two […]