22.5.18

18.5.18

Books: Running on the Roof of the World by Jess Butterworth (Age: 11+ years)

Books: Running on the Roof of the World by Jess Butterworth (Age: 11+ years)
The only way for 12-year-old Tash and her family to survive in the mountainous regions of Tibet is to stay away from the Chinese soldiers and follow rules. However, everything changes when a man wrapped in a Tibetan flag sets himself on fire.

From that day onwards, no one is safe anymore. Then one night, Tash’s parents are taken away. Tash and her best friend Sam set off on an adventurous journey to seek help from the Dalai Lama. Will they accomplish what they’ve set out to do? Read the book to know more. Published by Hachette India and available on Amazon.in

15.5.18

10 Things to Do This Week (May 17 to May 23, 2018)

Summer Camp
Kshitij World is organising an adventure trip to Panchgani, which will be packed with a lot of activities like trekking, birdwatching, commando crossing, rock climbing and much more.
Date: June 10 to 13
Age: 9 to 13 years
Call: 09322181849

12.5.18

Books: Tooth And Nail, Fur And Scale by Anupam Arunachalam (Age: 9+ years)

Books: Tooth And Nail, Fur And Scale by Anupam Arunachalam (Age: 9+ years)
India is full of monsters, some hiding in the wilderness, others in farmlands, cities and even homes. These strange and ferocious creatures are invisible, but they spring right in front of you when you least expect it. Some of them safeguard holy places, others feast on the soul, and many more just mess with the mind. 

But the most important question is—how many of them are really out there? ‘Tooth and Nail, Fur and Scale’ tells you just that. Published by Penguin Books and available on Amazon.in

5.5.18

Books: The Fox And the Ghost King by Michael Morpurgo and illustrated by Michael Foreman (Age: 7+ years)

The Fox And the Ghost King by Michael Morpurgo and illustrated by Michael Foreman (Age: 7+ years)
In a den under a garden shed in Leicester, UK lives a family of foxes who appear to be normal in every sense. They are, however, anything but ordinary. They are football crazy and support Leicester City, better known as ‘The Foxes’. One day, as father fox and his male cub were coming home from yet another disappointing match, they decided to hunt for some food on their way. As they were busy digging up the earth, they heard a strange masculine voice call out to them. They ignored it. However, when they heard it again, they realised it was for real. The voice said that he needed to be buried somewhere else and not here and that he would grant them a wish if they did what he said. Did the foxes get what they wished for? Read ‘The Fox and the Ghost King’ to find out. Published by Harper Collins and available on Amazon.in

2.5.18

10 Things to Do This Week (May 03 to May 09, 2018)

Summer Camp
Kshitij World is organising a fun-filled three day summer camp to Matheran where children will take part in adventure activities like rappelling, free fall, river crossing, horse riding, trekking and much more.
Date: May 15 to 17
Age: 7 to 11 years
Call: 07666313108