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It is not easy to write a children’s book. There is a lot to consider – primarily, the child’s imagination. David Walliams does it again with Demon Dentist and as usual he ensures that there is a lot of humour added to the book.
Alfie’s world is about to change drastically with a new dentist in town. Things aren’t going as planned when it comes to children’s teeth. The tooth fairy is up to strange things. Evil is at work and no one knows who is doing it or why. Will the truth ever be out? Will Alfie be the one to discover it?
Demon Dentist can be finished in a day and yet you would want to reread it. It is funny and fast-paced and I think even adults would love reading this one. David Walliams knows how to get children to read and it is most evident in his new book.
Evil has clutched the town. Alfie is dreading to go to the new dentist and things aren’t going the way they were planned when it comes to children’s teeth. Demon Dentist is a good read for kids.
Summary of the Book
Evil is working overtime Kids are placing their teeth for the tooth fairy under the pillow but the next day they don’t find goodies or money but dead slugs, live spiders and other such creepy creatures. Alfie is terrified as there is a new dentist in town and things are not going the way they were planned. Will Alfie be able to find a solution to this and discover who is behind all this? Read Demon Dentist to know more.
About David Walliams
David Walliams is an English author, actor and television presenter. He has authored several children’s fiction novels of which The Boy in the Dress, Mr Stink and Billionaire Boy are the most famous ones.
Final Test Exit Sachin Tendulkar, by Dilip D’Souza, examines the minute details of the last test match played by one of the greatest batsmen of all time, Sachin Tendulkar.
Summary of the Book
Dilip D’Souza closely observes those two-and-a-half days of the last test match played by Tendulkar, at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai in November, 2013. The book captures the tumult of sentiments the match had spawned, the love and worship that was showered by the cricket lovers at the stadium, the choking emotion, and the match against the West Indies. This title discusses cricket from the olden days to the new, as Sachin takes to the pitch one last time. The deafening noise in the Wankhede turns into stark silence as the Little Master begins his walk back to the pavilion, marking the end of a glorious era. The author poignantly describes how there will be no more swearing and switching off televisions when he got out; no resonating chants of “Sa-chi-i-i-n, Sa-chin!” on the fields anymore. Final Test is a must-read for all fans of Sachin and of the game itself.
About Dilip D’Souza
Dilip D’Souza graduated as a Computer Scientist and worked in the software industry for many years, before turning into a full-time writer 15 years ago. He has, ever since, been an award-winning writer who has been associated with Outlook, Caravan, Mint, Hindustan Times, NYT, Die Zeit, Salon, The Hindu, Washington Times, The Daily Beast, and Newsweek among other publications. He has also written: The Curious Case of Binayak Sen, The Narmada Dammed, Branded by Law, and Roadrunner: An Indian Quest in America.
The Day the Crayons Quit, authored by Drew Daywalt and the international bestseller illustrator and artist Oliver Jeffers, is The Number One New York Times Bestseller! It is compiled for children, to encourage them play with crayons and colours.
Summary of the Book
Debut author Drew Daywalt has teamed up with Oliver Jeffers to compile a colourful book which works as an answer to a crayon-based crisis in a lively, inventive story. It will have children amused and playing with their crayons in a completely innovative way. The story is of a boy called Duncan who just wants to play around with colours. But whenever he opens his box of crayons, he only discovers letters, all of which just say: We quit! The colour Beige seems to be exhausted of being the second fiddle to Brown, Pink just wishes to be used while Blue badly yearns for a pause from tinting in all that water every time. Green is composed unlike other colours and has no complaints whatsoever, but Orange and Yellow are not on talking terms with each other! Now what need to be drawn are the battle lines! Own a copy of The Day the Crayons Quit to find out what Duncan does to solve this problem, and in turn how the story makes your child delightful.
About Drew Daywalt
Drew Daywalt is an award winning author of children’s books and a horror filmmaker. He claims that he grew up reading Dr. Seuss who inspires most of his writings for children. The Day the Crayons Quit is his first book for children.
Bonkers!, by Natasha Sharma, is a delightful book for children. It contains vibrant, enchanting illustrations that will keep your children entertained and induce the habit of reading.
Summary of the Book
Armaan’s new dog is named Bonkers. He is crazy: he chews Armaan’s spectacles, gets his teeth on his favourite pair of shoes and gets him into much more trouble with the school bully, TT, than ever before. Armaan is finding it hard to manage between mopping, toilet training, Bonkers and avoiding TT. Will his life ever get back to normal?
About Natasha Sharma
Natasha Sharma is an Indian writer and a former brand manager. She writes books for children. She has also written Ashoka and the Muddled Messages, Raja Raja and the Swapped Sacks, and Akbar and the Tricky Traitor.
Part comic book and part novel, in Flora and Ulysses, a young girl must guide a super-powered squirrel in fighting for truth, justice and the squirrel way.
Summary of the Book
What happens when a timid squirrel is sucked up into the mystic world inside a Ulysses Super-Suction, Multi-Terrain 2000X vacuum cleaner? Not much except gaining the ability to leap over tall buildings in a single bound, the strength to make it more powerful than a locomotive and the speed to make it faster than a speeding bullet. That is what happens to a squirrel now dubbed Ulysses by his caretaker, a young girl called Flora. Convinced that the poetic Ulysses is a superhero, though quite an unusual type, and that he has a duty towards the country: he must stop his arch-nemesis. The only problem is he doesn't have one yet. Melding detailed illustrations and comic panels, this book speaks out to the child in all of us, incorporating a unique set of characters and wordplay that introduces children to a wonderful world of language.
About the Authors
Kate DiCamillo is an American novelist and children's writer. Best known for Because of Winn-Dixie, a Newbery Honor Book which was adapted into a feature family film, DiCamillo has also written: The Tales of Desperaux, The Tiger Rising, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane and The Magician’s Elephant.
K. G. Campbell is a children's writer and illustrator. He is known for Lester’s Dreadful Sweaters, which won him the 2013 Golden Kite Award for best picture book illustration.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a popular children's educational picture book published in a mini-board book format and was created by Eric Carle.
Summary Of The Book
This delightful book narrates the story of a newborn baby caterpillar who is perpetually hungry. He begins eating fruits, increasing his consumption every day. After the fifth day, the caterpillar begins to sample other varieties of food such as chocolate cake, pickles, salami, cupcakes, and a lollipop, to name a few.
However, the caterpillar becomes greedy and eats too much and gets sick. Not soon after, he decides to spin a cocoon around himself and he lives within it for two weeks. After a fortnight, the caterpillar emerges from the cocoon. Only, it is no longer a caterpillar! It has blossomed into a beautiful and vibrant butterfly with large and brightly coloured wings. Colourful collage illustrations make for a fun learning process as the book guides the reader through the different life stages of a butterfly, and its underlying message of the importance of healthy food.
This beloved classic has been the recipient of several awards such as the American Institute of Graphic Arts Award in 1970, the Nakamori Reader's Prize in Japan in 1975, and others. The Very Hungry Caterpillar was hailed as one of the Ten Best Picture Books of the Year by The New York Times in 1969 and also featured on the Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children list by the National Education Association. It has been translated into over forty languages, and has won over millions of readers all over the world with its colourful and engaging collage illustrations with over 30 million copies sold.
About Eric Carle
Eric Carle, born in 1929, is an American author, illustrator and graphic designer, popular for his contributions to children’s fiction.
He has authored Pancakes, Pancakes!, Rooster’s Off to See the World, Have You Seen My Cat?, The Mixed-Up Chameleon, The Very Busy Spider and Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me.
Born in Syracuse, New York, Carle and his family relocated to Stuttgart, when he was six. He finally moved back to America in 1952, when he landed a job as a graphic designer for The New York Times, and later progressed to becoming the art director of an advertising agency. His unique and distinctive collage artwork is applied to themes centering around nature and its flora and fauna. He is married to Barbara Morrison and they have two children, a son and a daughter. He is also the founder of The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, a children’s book museum.
The Test Of My Life From Cricket To Cancer And Back is the heart-warming and inspirational tale of cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s battle with the dreaded disease and how he was able to overcome this traumatic phase in his life.
Summary Of The Book
The Test Of My Life From Cricket To Cancer And Back is a book that provides its readers with insights into the most traumatic period in the life of cricketer Yuvraj Singh, as he struggled to come to terms with the fact that he was afflicted with cancer. The victory of the 2011 ICC World Cup receded far into the background in the light of this new development in Yuvraj’s life.
The cricketer, who had recently been in the spotlight for his phenomenal performance in the World Cup, had to now see the world crumbling before him as he dealt with chemotherapy and its numerous adverse effects. What started off as frequent bouts of illness and insomnia, along with a persistent cough that caused him to vomit blood, had eventually been diagnosed as cancer. The author talks about the chemotherapy treatment, and how he lost his hair and appetite.
The Test Of My Life From Cricket To Cancer And Back is a heart-rending story that never fails to grip the attention of its readers. Filled with varied emotions, doubts, and fears, the book is a captivating story of how a human being can fight to survive, even in the toughest of circumstances. Yuvraj Singh also speaks about Youwecan, which is an NGO that helps patients with cancer.
About The Authors
The author of this book, Yuvraj Singh, is a renowned cricketer from India. Singh was born on the 12th of December, 1981, in Chandigarh, India. He completed his schooling from DAV Public School, Chandigarh. Since the year 2000, he has been a part of the ODI Indian cricket team, and started playing test matches since 2003. Singh was presented with the Man Of The Tournament award for his extraordinary performance during the 2011 Cricket World Cup. In the year 2012, Singh was also presented with the Arjuna Award by President Pranab Mukherjee. This award is the highest sport award in the country. In the year 2011, he was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor, and was treated in the US. He recovered and returned to play cricket in the latter part of 2012.
Sharda Ugra is a well-known journalist from India. Through the course of her 22 year long career as a journalist, Ugra has worked in several forms of media, which include news magazines, broadsheets, tabloids, as well as radio, when she worked at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. She currently holds the position of the Senior Editor at ESPNcricinfo.
Nishant Singh Arora is a former journalist from India and current manager of Yuvraj Singh.
Ophelia and the Marvellous Boy is a modern-age fairy tale about a young girl who discovers a boy locked away in a museum, waiting for someone to help him escape the Snow Queen.
Summary of the Book
Ophelia Jane Worthington-Whittard loves science. It explains everything, she says, and there is nothing that can't be proven by science. When her father takes a job in a strange museum, in a city where it is always snowing, Ophelia and her sister Alice move with him, still grieving for their dead mother. On her first day at the museum, Ophelia discovers something which makes her question science for the very first time: a young boy trapped in a secret room, waiting to be rescued. Ophelia finds that the boy has been imprisoned by Her Majesty the Snow Queen, and she alone can save him from the queen's clutches. Ophelia's journey will make her test everything she has ever believed in, but she she will also learn a secret about the boy and his mission to save her world.
About Karen Foxlee
Karen Foxlee is an Australian writer and novelist. She is best known for The Anatomy of Wings, which won the 2008 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best First Book in the South East Asia and South Pacific Region, the 2008 Dobbie Encouragement Award and the 2006 Queensland Premier's Literary Award for Best Emerging Author.
Born in Mount Isa, Queensland, she graduated with a Bachelor in Arts, majoring in Creative Writing and is a registered nurse.
In ‘dream with your eyes open’, first-generation entrepreneur and UTV - founder Ronnie Screwvala details his vast experiences and the myriad lessons learnt from more than two decades of building some successful (and some not-so-successful) businesses, bringing clarity to a quickly changing business landscape and making an impassioned case for the role of entrepreneurship in India's future. You’ve ever had an impactful, disruptive product or business idea, been curious about owning your own business or have already taken the first steps on your entrepreneurial journey, this is the book for you. If you’ve been running your own company for the last seven-odd years and scale, brand and value-creation are some of the crossroads for you now, keep reading. If you think your parents or family would freak out if you dared to suggest ditching your safe haven - your professional job - to pursue your dreams of owning your own business, relax. Better yet, share this book with them. If you’re an experienced professional ready to take the plunge into starting your own business or committed to growing into an effective leader in the company you work for, read on. This book hopes to demystify failure, inspire success, raise ambitions and help you think big.
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