19.3.20

Things to Do With Your Kids This Week (March 19 to March 25, 2020)

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The Boy at the Back of the Class by Onjali Q Rauf (Age: 8+ years)
'The Boy at the Back of the Class' is a child’s perspective on the refugee crisis, highlighting the importance of friendship and kindness in a world that doesn’t always make sense. It narrates the story of nine-year-old refugee Ahmet. In his new school, he has no friends and always sits on the last bench till one of the boys from his class notices him. Then, three best friends–Michael, Josie and Tom–come up with a plan to change Ahmet’s life. Published by Hachette Publishers and available on Amazon.in

17.3.20

Raising a True Winner: Ignite the Best in Your Child by Tanuja Sodhi

Raising a True Winner: Ignite the Best in Your Child by Tanuja Sodhi
This book provides parents with useful tips and guidance on how they should raise their children.

It introduces them to different techniques that can be used to increase their child’s emotional quotient, instil empathy and develop the ability to face real-world problems and challenges.

Published by Rupa Publications and available on Amazon.in

World Historian Student Essay Competition

World Historian Student Essay Competition
The World Historian Student Essay Competition is a global competition open to students of all ages. Submitted essays will be judged on clarity of thought, organisation, effectiveness of language and writing skills.

7.3.20

The 21st JQA International Environmental Children’s Drawing Contest

The 21st JQA International Environmental Children’s Drawing Contest

The 21st JQA International Environmental Children’s Drawing Contest is hosted annually by Japan Quality Assurance Organisation (JQA) and International Certification Organisation Network (IQNet) for children aged between seven and 15 years. Participants have to think about the kind of natural environment they would want to live in and draw a picture of it.

5.3.20

Things to Do With Your Kids This Week (March 05 to March 11, 2020)

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Red Kite Adventure Translated By: Leela Gour Broome (Age: 10+ years)
'Red Kite Adventure' is about two 12-year-old boys named Veer and Arzaan, who resemble each other. Their newly developed friendship deepens when they share their stories with each other through pooping pigeon messengers. However, this all comes to a halt when Veer is kidnapped and Arzaan has to make a dangerous sacrifice to save him. Read the book to find out how the exciting adventure ends. Published by Puffin Books and available on Amazon.in

27.2.20

Things to Do With Your Kids This Week (February 27 to March 04, 2020)

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The Mad and Magical World of Sukumar Ray Translated by Shreejata Guha (Age: 10+ years)
'The Mad and Magical World of Sukumar Ray' contains stories written by legendary writer, poet and illustrator Sukumar Ray that have been translated by Shreejata Guha.

These stories feature cures for anger and greed, talking dolls, parrots and lazy pigs. Read the book to discover Ray’s unique way of storytelling. Published by Hachette India and available on Amazon.in

25.2.20

World Handwriting Contest

World Handwriting Contest
World Handwriting Contest is a global handwriting competition open for people of all age groups and nationalities. Participants have to write a quote and submit their entries via post.

Each participant is allowed to send in only one entry. The entries will be judged in two categories–functional (cursive or manuscript writing) and artistic.