April 2016 Schedule

We are now open from Mondays to Saturdays. Please check https://readingcaterpillar.wordpress.com/reading-caterpillar-library-details/ for timings.

Sharing our Schedule for April (Saturdays) @ 10.30 am

1. 9th April 2016 – Toddler story hou

2. 16th April 2016 – Printing making for ages 6 and above

3. 23rd April 2016 – Hindi Storytime for all ages 

4. 30th April 2016 –  ‘How To Plot a Murder’ – a writing workshop for ages 8 to 11 with Meghna Singhee* – A quick overview on the tricks of developing your own story.

*Meghna Singhee started her career as a script writer for feature films and has worked worked with various production houses like Adlabs and Mukta Arts. She brings the visual sense of writing for films to her books. All her experiences melded together to help her bring words to kids. She ticked a dream off her list when she authored The Case Files of P. I. Pojo: The Killing of Mr Heathcote (2015)

These Saturday sessions are free for library members (Non-members – Rs. 300/-) and if you feel like contributing something – we would be happy to accept book donations. Please do email to let us know the session you would like to join in for : join@readingcaterpillar.com


  • We are also setting up a reading program and two libraries at the Delhi centers of Cankids, a not for profit that works in the area of paediatric cancer. We will send out a detailed mail on how you can be a part of this initiative soon but in the meantime if this is something you would like to join in and help us out with, please do drop in an email.
  • The toddler morning group will be starting in April. The days and schedule will be mailed out separately.

Myrrah’s favourite Books!


I am Myrrah and I want to share some books that me and my brother like. I am 9 years old and I am about to turn 10 my, brother is 13 some of these books we read when we were little and some of them we just finished. Some of them we are still reading. I hope you all enjoy them as much as we do.

Book list

1. Harry potter (J.K ROWLING), ages 9-13.

I like Harry potter because it’s a very interesting.


2. captain underpants(Dav Pikley),ages 7-10.

Captain underpants is hilarious I guarantee.

captain underpants

3. Junie B. Jones(Barbara park),ages 6-8.

She’s the funniest kindergartner you’ll ever meet.


4. Tinting(Herge),ages 7-12

Tintin and his dog Snowy are always ready for an adventure.


5. Calvin and Hobbs (Bill watterson),ages6-12.

Ready to have some fun with Calvin and his stuffed tiger Hobbs.


6. Revolting rhymes  (Roald Dahl),ages 8-11.

This book of rhymes has taken some of your favourite classics and made them hilariously funny


7.Grimm s fairy tales kids(Grimm brothers),ages 5-8.

Go to the 7 dwarfs cottage with Snow White.


8.The Lorax (Dr. Suess),ages 5-9.

Let’s go green with Lorax.


9. Goosebumps(R.L Stine),ages 8-12

R.L Stine has a mission to scare you.


10. 20,000 leagues under the sea (Jules verne),ages 10-13

Are you ready to explore the seven seas with captian  Nemo.

jules verne