Bim and the Town of Falling Fruit
Sheeba Manish
On why Little Kulture is changing form, again
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Welcome to the Little Kulture newsletter by me, Sheeba Manish. This newsletter is about parenting. The newsletter will contain both parental resources …
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Children feel a gamut of emotions and it can sometimes be hard to find the words to express them. This can make children feel isolated and anxious. Her…
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English Grammar can be sometimes be difficult to understand for young readers. The many rules of English as well as its parts can be difficult to under…
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Spoiler alert! This post includes some details of the plot. Year of the Weeds is an interesting book about a young boy who just won't give up on his ho…
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What a life-changing year 2020 is turning out to be. None of us ever imagined ourselves to be characters in a global pandemic. All our well-laid plans …
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You have been my friend, ' replied Charlotte. 'That in itself is a tremendous thing. I wove my webs for you because I liked you. After all, what's a li…
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Today as children stay confined at homes, one way to interact with nature is to do a little gardening. Gardening can teach a child to care, love and te…
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Salim Mamoo and Me, written by Zai Whitaker and illustrated by Prabha Mallya and published by Tulika Publishers is a book about a little girl who feels…
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Rabbit Alec Azam is hungry. Very hungry. So hungry that his stomach roars and growls like a lion. He awaits the magician eagerly. The magician PrestoDi…
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Have you heard " I don't care" too many times by a child you know or care for? Pierre: a cautionary tale in five chapters and a prologue, by Maurice Se…
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