A nice story about this silent and always present friend, the wind does a lot of things without anybody’s notice!
This is a Level 2 book for children who recognize familiar words and can read new words with help.
My childhood was spent between the pages of hundreds of books. My mother had to force me away from the book I was clutching so that I could do my daily chores, such as help set the table. Thank God for all those authors and illustrators who carried me off into a world of make-believe, […]
The COVID-19 crisis should push us to re-imagine education in radical ways that we’ll be thankful for. At six, in grade 1, my daughter returned from school in a chirpy mood. “What did you study today?” I asked. She was puzzled. “I didn’t study anything,” she replied, “but I learnt a lot.” Education in the […]
This is an edited version of Rohini Nilekani’s conversation with GurgaonMoms about her latest book, ‘The Hungry Little Sky Monster’ and how to inspire the love of reading in children. ‘The Hungry Little Sky Monster’ was inspired by my first grandson, Tanush. Many toddlers all over the world ask their parents about the moon and […]
A Foreign Float – Why are we delivering foreign policy initiatives through the FM’s speech? The Budget is becoming a spectacle rather than a document of financial intentions i Why are we delivering foreign policy initiatives through the FM’s speech? Still, I think the moves in healthcare are to be appreciated for their general direction. […]