What we read last month – January 2017

48818068 Treasury of Classic Stories by Gaby Goldsack and Kath Jewitt

This beautifully illustrated book has a collection of 17 animal stories for young children. The stories include:

  1. The river bank
  2. The Golden Goose
  3. The Three Billy Goats Gruff
  4. Alice and the White Rabbit
  5. The Ugly Duckling
  6. The Tortoise and The Hare
  7. Mowgli’s brothers
  8. Goldilocks and the Three Bears
  9. The Six Swans
  10. Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
  11. Puss in Boots
  12. Tales of Black Beauty
  13. Chicken Licken
  14. The Three Little Pigs
  15. The Open Road
  16. Mowgli and Baloo’s Lessons
  17. The Musicians of Bremen

whatsapp-image-2017-02-06-at-10-18-22-am Tenali Ramakrishna Stories by Umesh Vaman Prabhu

About five hundred years ago, there lived a great king called Krishnadevaraya. He ruled one of the greatest kingdoms in south India, the Vijayanagar kingdom. There were eight poets in his kingdom named “Ashtadiggajas”. One of the poet in ashtadiggajas was “Tenali Ramakrishna”. Tenali Ramakrishna was famous all over the world for his wit and spontaneity.

This book contains 63 stories from Tenali Ramakrishna’s life. It was a fun read for my 6 year old.

892090-_uy200_ The Minpins by Roald Dahl

“Watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.”

This story is of Billy who wants to explore the Forest of Sin. What he discovers in the Forest of Sin is the most terrfiying monster, the Gruncher and Bills climbs a tree to save himself. Billy then discovers Minpins, little people who live in the trees. These Minpins end up working together with Billy to get rid of the Gruncher.


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