The Earth is a beautiful home that cares for us like no other. In return, we have to give it the same love that the Earth gives us. This is the basic premise of ‘Dear Earth’ by Avvaiyar. The poem is like a plea that one can not escape. The author showcases a pen’s power in only 25 words. The poem provides for hours of thinking after the first read. The illustrations done by Murali Nagaphuza complement the piece beautifully and are enticing.
Monthly Archives: September 2020
Beyond The Box Raises Funds For Kids From Future Foundation Orphanage
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A Place Of My Dreams
The place of my dreams would be a planet where only dogs would exist. The dogs in this world lead a regular life. They buy houses; there are buildings, devices and books. The buildings have lifts and the dogs use their paws to press the lift buttons and doorbells. They even use technology responsibly.
Book Review – The Adventures of Aarav and Raghu
Book Title: The Adventures of Aarav and Raghu
Author: Laxmi Natraj
Recommended for Age Group: 6+ years
Published By: Clever Fox
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Imagine a bright and sunny day,
And you are imagining your way;
Now, here comes the disturbance,
Some questions, which make no sense.
Go Away Please!
Corona, Corona go away,
To send you far is there any way?
Am compelled to stay at home,
Against my wish to roam.
BTB Virtual Round-table Discussion – Chapter 3
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The Adventure in Coconino National Forest
This is my story. Even if you don’t believe me, it’s all true. This is a secret, which only my serious brother, Marcus, and my sister, Clara who takes everything lightly, even a murder, know about. Coming back to the story, my siblings and I along with my cousins – Rokia, Genina, and Veronica – live in Winnipeg, Manitoba. In Winnipeg, the weather is at most -9.3°C in winter. So, during every Christmas break, we all go south to the USA for camping in Coconino Forest. If there is one thing that we learned from vacationing is to always avoid crossing densely populated cites as they are noisy. In Coconino National Forest, we are never allowed to go past the river as there exist creatures that will rip you apart in 5 seconds. Well, on one instance, my curiosity got the better of me and I asked everyone to come to the other side of the river. None of my cousins listened but Marcus and Clara wanted to join me. It was just the three of us then and we were all excited.