Isha and the Hedgerow-Folk serves to sensitize young readers about being conscious of their surrounding environment and those who live in the lap of Nature. The story is aimed at young readers and can be followed by those between the ages of 7 to mid-teens. The plot revolves around the central character of Isha who is an 11-year-old girl who has many animal friends who reside in the hedges near her residence.
Every individual in this world has some problems, and many times the answers or solutions to these problems are known to the person. Still, everyone keeps searching for the answers outside. This aspect of our lives becomes the theme of the book.
Full of mysteries, paradoxes, and a whole lot of twists and turns make this book an unpredictable, enthralling, and haunting read. It plays with the rationale of human sentiments, psychology, and how much darkness a human mind can carry.
Young Mitalee’s beloved squirrel Snowdrop, a rare and exotic specimen of its kind, has gone missing, leaving no clues behind. The last person he was seen with is the incredibly beautiful and awe-inducing Paradise Flycatcher.
But the only issue here is that the Paradise Flycatcher lives in the distant and impenetrable Southern forests.
This book, written by one of India’s most popular mythologists Devdutt Pattnaik has an interesting title, ‘My Gita’. One look at the title and you know that the book would be philosophical and full of wisdom. And as you read it, this becomes more evident than ever but more than that, the book has a very practical approach to life and living. It teaches how one can have a balance in their life by using the lessons it imparts.
The Earth faces an impending disaster; a doom that would be brought by a mighty force. A force that is neither man nor God, but something beyond the realms of power as we know it. Shiva Origins: The Son of Ganga is an unputdownable modern-day mythological thriller that takes us on a heroic quest for a primordial secret that lies deeply buried in mythology and ancient history.
Five years ago, a school girl named Andie Bell was murdered. The police and the town knows that the killer is Sal. But not Pippa, she believes there is more to the story than meets the eye. The real killer is still out there, living his normal life, but as Pip comes closer to the truth, something or someone is spelling danger for her. A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is a YA mystery/thriller that should not be missed. Not in any circumstances.
The Sinclairs are an ideal family, a well-respected and celebrated family who are not just wealthy but also perfect in every way possible. Each summer the family spends time on their private island. But on the 15th summer year, something happens to Candence, an accident that results in her memory loss. This is the story of a friendship that turns cataclysmic, of relations that become ruinous.
10 secrets to getting it all done – the subtitle says it all. With just over 37 pages, the book teaches so much about self-improvement, growth, and productivity in so little time. Written by Aseem Puri, a digital performance marketing expert, the book is ideal for non-readers and beginners.
Sangita, an Indian-Canadian author and filmmaker, through her investigations, uncovers the story and lives of temple elephants. While talking about Asian elephants in general, Sangita details how elephants are harassed even beyond temples. But the primary focus of the book is temple elephants.
Set in South Korea, this book follows the story of a 33-year-old Jiyoung who lives a very ordinary life with her husband and toddler on the outskirts of Seoul. Starting with a very unusual premise, this book deals with the themes of gender discrimination, sexism, and patriarchy in the Korean society.
Shanta Bai, a woman from a small village in Gujarat arrives in Mumbai to fulfill her dreams of leading a blissful life.But alas! The dreams that she had, start falling apart when she is unable to conceive. Hopeless and dejected, the guilt, the anger, and the unfairness of it all trigger something in her, and she exacts an evil price from the society that failed her.