"The perks of being a wallflower", a novel for young adults, written by Stephen Chbosky, gives us a glimpse at the problems teenagers face during adolescence, due to their curiosity.
The Story of Lord Shiva, a simple man and how he became Mahadev, The God of Gods. The Immortals of Meluha, part one from the Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi, is the kind of book you have never read before.
Christmas is all about spreading joy, cheer, kindness, affection, and goodwill. All this is wrapped up into one jolly good Christmas present in the form of the Children's classic- A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
A novel that focuses intently on the impact that mental health problems can have on teenagers "The Monster in My Head" is a story narrated by the lead character the 17-years-old girl Gina Taylor and her battle with her monster.
For all those eager and enthusiastic minds out there, this book must become a part of your bookshelf! The "Northern Lights" is the first novel of the fantasy trilogy "His Dark Materials" written by Philip Pullman.
Dusk is a story set, as the title suggests during Dusk, in a somber town. The protagonist of the story, which is narrated in a third-person perspective, is Norman Gortsby, a man who sees and reflects the hour in focus.
Love happens when it is least expected. But for 17-year-old Isabella Swan who recently moved from sunny Phoenix to gloomy Forks, love awaited her in the most horrifying form.
"Whichever option I choose, men are going to die...."
Matilda, written by the well-known author Roald Dahl is a children’s novel. Matilda is a kind of novel which can attract kids easily as it depicts the little girl Matilda, the main protagonist as a clever and nimble-witted girl.
Named among the Great American Novels, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, an American classic novel was written by the famous author Mark Twain. It is an incredible book full of adventures relating to real life and it also teaches how we can tackle situations in times of crisis.
One full package containing mystery, adventure, magic, amazing story, battles and moral, "The Hobbit" is among the most loved fantasy novels we have in the racks. Come and get lost in the world of The Hobbit.
Fantasy in its best form. The Harry Potter series has allured each one of us. 20 years and still the best fantasy novel series in the world, Harry Potter has become the best part of our childhood memories. The books have left the world enchanted and will for sure, cast their spell over the years to come.
All of us, the people of India are surely acquainted with the name “Panchatantra” and most of us have read Panchatantra fables in our childhood. It is believed to have been written by a great scholar knows as Pandit Vishnu Sharma. Let's get a quick idea about the most loved Panchatantra.
Very few books manage to leave an everlasting impression in the minds of the readers. The old man and the Sea manages to do it well on many levels. Written in 1951 and published in 1952, the book is considered to be one of the best classics ever written along with his A Farewell to Arms, The Sun also Rises and For whom the Bell Tolls.
Someone reading The Adventures of Tom Sawyer might be familiar with the character of Tom Sawyer from another novel by Mark Twain: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. It is a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Mark wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer in 1876.
An incredible work of fiction that has won the “New York Times Bestselling” young adult novel, Stormbreaker is a splendid novel with an exceptional story. It holds many unanticipated surprises that are enough to bewilder the young readers.
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is the third book of the seven book series of "The Chronicles of Narnia" written by C.S. Lewis. Lewis has been a prominent children’s writer with his most loved book being "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe".
An exemplary book on Julius Caesar, named "Emperor-Gates of Rome" by Conn Iggulden, captures the early life of Julius Caesar in the most animated and illustrious fashion and provides fodder to all sorts of imagination.
The "International Children's Book Day" is celebrated on the 2nd of April, to promote and celebrate the love for reading and the love for children's books. There are many wonderful children's books written by some truly amazing writers, that children must read.
For all the children out there who are heads over heels in love with the genre horror and who would love to read books filled with spooky and spine-chilling incidents, Goosebumps series is the best choice ever.
Life in the city is fast and comfortable that we often take for granted the facilities and benefits it provides. Thul, a village on the western coast of India existed on the map but it was brought to existence by none other than award-winning author Anita Desai who bases her story of struggle, survival and hope through the life of Lila and Hari.
A novel full of humor, adventure, magic and the most important of all good lessons and morals, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz can be considered a must read for young children as it brings out the message of loyalty, friendship, and kindness.
Stories attract people of all age groups. And when it comes to stories that relate to our daily lives, they leave a great imprint on our minds. An invaluable compendium of such stories is the "Malgudi Days".
A beautiful, narrative story of two teenagers, a girl fighting cancer and a boy who survived cancer and attends a support group for his friend, where he meets this girl, Anna. These youngsters fall in love as they struggle with their lives to survive cancer.
A fast paced post-apocalyptic adventure novel, a must read for all the dystopian and science fiction lovers, "The Maze Runner", is a book written keeping in mind all the young adults, but it would not be surprising if the adults too are found lost in the maze.
A horror story with a ghost, a spooky atmosphere and peals of thunder, "THE CANTERVILLE GHOST" is one of its kind, teaching what life is and what death signifies, and why love is stronger than both.
The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe is the second book of a seven book series called “The Chronicles of Narnia”. The book was written by Clive Staples Lewis and was published in the year 1950 in the United Kingdom. The book is dedicated to Lewis’s close friend’s daughter who was also his god-daughter, Lucy [...]