Last week Nadir Pop and Peter Pop spoke to Amrita Patwardhan, head of education portfolio at Tata Trusts. One of the topics they spoke about was the 6th edition of the Big Little Book Awards (BLBA) instituted by the Parag initiative of Tata Trusts. This week they are joined by one of the winners of theContinue reading “Episode 113 – The Importance of Children’s literature in India”
It is an understatement that books play an important in our lives. In current time, when we are all cooped up in our homes within the four walls, books offer a window, to escape the monotony of everyday life and people tend to forget the importance of READING. Nadir Pop started reading really late, heContinue reading “Books Recommendations – World Book Day 2021”
This Friday, 23rd April is World Book Day, we’ve done a few episodes on books earlier, we spoke to Pratha Shetty, author of When I Grow up, book was a part of our engaging kids series and also The Little Prince. This time around Nadir Pop & Peter Pop decided to speak to another author, Rajat Mittal.Continue reading “Episode 73 – Challenging Gender Stereotypes – Rajat Mittal”
This is a guest post from Sabiha Ghiasi. You can read more from her here We have an almost 4 year old! The last time I wrote about what she was reading, she was a wee little one with the attention span of a spoon. She may have that of a spatula now but IContinue reading “35 book recommendations for kids between 5 to 10 years”
What we have realised is that books are something will not go out of style, no matter how much evolution you see in technology, even though it means “picking up” an audiobook. It might seem like a shortcut but her at least kids are getting engaged.
As dads we are constantly looking for content that marshals the cause of equality through gender or otherwise. When we received a mail from Pratha Shetty we were so excited about her book because we realised that such a deep and complicated topic need to be inculcated at a very young age. This is whatContinue reading “Episode 38 – When I Grow Up – Pratha Shetty”