Reading Caterpillar’s, A few of our Favourite Reads, Ages 5 to 8

1.     Dirty Beasts By Roald Dahl

Theme: Poems/ Humour

2.     Wish You Were Here by Anushka Ravishankar

Theme: Travel / poem

3.     Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

Theme: Imagination

4.     Water stories from around the world by Radhika Menon and Sandhya Rao

Theme: Stories of the World

5.     Black Beauty by Anna Sewell, retold by Sharon Lerner (Random House)

Theme: Classics

6.     It’s Only a Story by Cathy Spagnoli

Theme: Chain Story

7.     Anatole and the Cat By Eve Titus

Theme: Suspense

8.     The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf

Theme: Peace

9.     The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Theme: Giving

10.  Alexander and the terrible, Horrible, no good very bad day by Judith Viorst

Theme: experiences

11.  Pippi Longstocking

Theme: Humour

12.  At least a fish by Anushka Ravishankar

Theme: Adventure

13.  The velveteen rabbit by Margery Williams


14.  Mia’s Story by Michael Foreman

Theme: conservation / animals

Samit Basu and Stoob pay a visit!

Breaking News! The 8 to 13 year olds met best selling author and got their copies signed. Author Samit Basu regaled us with the stories of 10-year-old Stoob a beautiful Saturday morning! If you have not yet got your hands on Stoob, quick now is the time! We are sure you and Stoob will have many things to laugh about!


Praise for the book  ‘Ten-year-old Stoob, Samit Basu’s latest creation, is India’s answer to Geoffrey Heffley, the protagonist of American writer Jeff Kinney’s best-selling ‘Wimpy Kid’ series.’ – Mint

Here’s to good books, conversations about all things school , friends and good books!


Throw your legs up and laugh!


So, tell me all about your school. Uh Oh! Samit you just got us all started!!


We just can’t stop ourselves from reading on..


Book signing and smiles