Suhasini I.P.

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Are you sure that you know your child?

Are you sure that you know your child? Did you get stumped like me with this question? This was the precise question asked by one of my Montessori friends. Honestly, till that time, I thought that I know my child like the back of my hand, and what is there to learn more about him or what will I gain by observing the child. But I was proven so very wrong by my dear friend, which was an eye-opener f

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Published on October 08, 2020 02:19
Average rating: 4.4 · 5 ratings · 4 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
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If you are in a mood for introspection, or generally even if your mood is a little down, then this book is for you. Ravish has a word with words and his every writing contains a philosophical touch. He takes everyday events and adds his perspective t ...more
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I have been reading Radhika's blogs for a long time and I had become her follower post her debut book "The Adventures of JP Family" has been released. The subtle humor which she brings out in her writing always elicits a chuckle here or a giggle ther ...more
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"Short refreshing. The book is relatable to every parent now a days. How Alexa and laptops are the best friends of children now a days. How a young child always finds space, stars, black holes interesting. It is there. "
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What a fun way of learning some wonderful science concepts as well as some life lessons. Read it with my nine year old and we enjoyed it a lot. Children have a vivid and strange world and capturing it can be enthral" Read more of this review »
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I started reading this book along with my 8-year-old boy. He likes Magic and believes in it seriously and waits for fairies and angels in the night to fly by. So this is a perfect book for him.
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Apeksha gives the misnomers about debut novels a big run. No one can ever imagine that “Along came the Spyder” is her debut novel. She has already proven her wit and sarcasm in her earlier novella. In this novel, she weaves a thicker plot with nerve- ...more
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I read this book with my 8-year-old kid. The first thing that captivated him in this book is the pictures. The pictures are simple but eye-catching.
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I read this book along with my child who is 8 years old and he liked the way the story unfolded and how the main protagonist became part of the story he was reading on the tablet.
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