Posted on: April 2017
Now that you have registered for participating in the competition, read the book of your choice very carefully and then submit your entries HERE
Posted on: April 2017
CALLING ALL STUDENTS! Submit your entries for the Leading Reading Schools of India Awards 2017. CLICK HERE FOR THE SUBMISSION FORM
Posted on: February 2017
Young India Books is honoured that Mr Ruskin Bond is our Guest-of-Honour for the Leading Reading Schools of India Awards 2017! He will be selecting...
These Progressive Schools Have Already Registered!
Posted on: February 2017
   Ram Ratna International School, Mumbai  Don Bosco International School, Mumbai  Sat Paul Mittal School, dugri, Phase II, Ludhiana  Smt. Surajba...
Posted on: January 2017
The Leading Reading Schools of India Award, an annual award was established in 2013 by Young India Books; India’s foremost review site of children’s...
Posted on: January 2017
This unique trophy has been specially crafted and manufactured in Channapatna, the toy town of Karnataka, near Mysore city. The origin of the toys...
Posted on: January 2017
ABOUT THE AWARDQ – What is the Leading Reading Schools of India Award (LRSIA)? A – The award programme has been initiated by Young India Books to...
Posted on: January 2017
Student participation fees - Rs 200. Participation Fees should be collected from the students by the school's representative and sent collectively...
Posted on: January 2017
2017- A landmark year in India's history!   Are You Ready for the 4th Leading Reading Schools of India Awards 2017?On the forthcoming 70th year of...
How to Participate in LRSIA 2017
Posted on: January 2017
Watch the video film India Meri Hai on Youtube and ponder over how wonderful and beautiful our country truly is.    TO PARTICIPATE IN THE COMPETITION...
Posted on: July 2016
A Bhil Story When there is not a drop of water in the village, the people find a badwa to ask the gods to send rain. And what...
Posted on: May 2016
  It's Ruskin Bond's birthday on the 19th of May! Here's your chance to send him your warmest birthday greetings - fill them in here: http://goo.gl/...
Posted on: April 2016
Deonar dump has accumulated garbage as high as 18 storied tower!! How can we prevent such high mountains of garbage from being generated? Quite...
Posted on: March 2016
Top 10 reads for kids on World Forest Day: An invitation to discover the diverse forests of India and its denizens 1) The Land of the Setting Sun and...
Posted on: February 2016
Trophy being presented to Mrs Damayanti Bhattacharya, Headmistress of the Cathedral and John Connon Middle School by Mrs Shamim Padamsee The school...
Posted on: January 2016
Junior Category Srinidhi K. Grade 4, PSBB Millennium School, CoimbatoreMy Gandhi Story Jayveer Gautam Grade 4. Singapore International School Brown...
Posted on: January 2016
About the Leading Reading Schools of India Awards 2016 The Leading Reading Schools of India Awards has been initiated with the objective of...
Posted on: January 2016
Review of Apoorva's Fat Diary By Janani Balaji, Grade 5. Shishuvan, Mumbai Is Apoorva’s Fat Diary an Indian retort to the ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’...
Posted on: January 2016
Review of Brown. Published by Fun OK Please By Manishka Mouvery. Grade 2. Vidyashilp Academy   God made us and all of us are beautiful including...
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Review of Infinitude  By Keya Kilachand. Grade 6. The Cathedral and John Connon Middle School   “The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race...
Posted on: January 2016
Review of The Secret of Falcon Heights By Palak Gandhi Grade 9. Indus World School, Indore. Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced,...
Posted on: January 2016
Mrs Mona Seervai, Principal says, "This is a great opportunity for our students to engage with reading and analyze the contents. The list given...
Posted on: January 2016
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Review of A Star in Space  By Simran Zaveri. Grade 8. JBCN International School, Parel   “If I can be a pilot why not an astronaut?”  The story of...
Posted on: January 2016
JBCN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, BORIVALI “Readers make Leaders”, that’s our Reading mission and our Learners write Book reviews for every book they read...
Posted on: January 2016
Review of Little Snake Plays Hide and Seek By Jehaan Patel. Grade 2. Bombay International School  I am writing a book review on a book I read...
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Review of Little Snake Plays Hide and Seek By Vivaan Chaudhri. Grade 1. Vidyashilp Academy, Hyderabad.   This book tells us how and why animals hide...
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  Review of Dear Mrs Naidu By Alekha Malhotra. Grade 5. The Cathedral and John Connon Middle School ‘Dear Mrs. Naidu’ by Mathangi Subramanian is a...
Posted on: January 2016
The Leading Reading School Award initiated by Young India Books to applaud and recognize the five leading schools of India for their exemplary work...
Posted on: January 2016
Review of The Secret of Falcon's Nest By Riddhi Puranik. Grade 7. Vibgyor High   Hats off to Ranjit Lal. In this tantalizing book, he experiments...
Posted on: January 2016
Review of Apoorva's Fat Diary By Kavya Sakthivel. Grade 8 The PSBB Millennium School, Coimbatore. This is the story of a 12 year old girl named...
Posted on: August 2015
Indus World School, Indore Singapore International School, Mumbai Lokhandwala Foundation School, Mumbai The Learning Box, Navi Mumbai New Horizon...
Posted on: August 2015
How to Write a Great Review ➢ Read the book a couple of times. ➢ What was the book about? Try to describe it in a couple of sentences without giving...
Posted on: August 2015
To defray administration costs there is a small fee of Rs 100 per student entry. The same has to be collected by the schools from the students and...
Posted on: August 2015
Getting Books into the Hands of your Students   Tips: It would be preferable if your school purchases an entire set of the books - the best of the...
Posted on: August 2015
The Leading Reading Schools of India Award (LRSIA)2016 FAQ   What is the LRSI Award?   The Leading Reading School Award is an annual award programme...
Posted on: August 2015
Young India Books announces a nationwide search for The 5 Leading Reading Schools of India for the year 2016 Theme:     YOU BE THE JUDGE!  ...
Posted on: May 2015
Congratulations!! Timmi in Tangles by Duckbill Publishers is an utterly delightful book that well-deserved the Award. Written by Shals Mahajan and...
Posted on: January 2015
  The Leading Reading Schools of India Awards The Leading Reading Schools of India Award, an annual award was established by in the year 2013...
Posted on: January 2015
Senior Category: Writing   1st Prize  Myrrha Arya     A Student of Std 5:THE CATHEDRAL AND JOHN CONNON MIDDLE SCHOOL   Book title: Chained       2nd...
Posted on: January 2015
Top Ten Books selected from the reading list by children are:   1) Tigers for Dinner. Publisher: Red Turtle 2) One Night in the Sunderbans:...
Posted on: January 2015
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Posted on: August 2014
The Leading Reading Schools of India Award, an annual award was established by in the year 2013 Young India Books - India’s foremost review site of...
Posted on: August 2014
"I am thrilled at the fact that - The LEADING READING SCHOOLS of INDIA AWARD 2014 has been organized for students across India. The engaging &...
Posted on: August 2014
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Recommended List of Books   Picture Books The Why-Why Girl – Tulika http://youngindiabooks.com/bookrev/why-why-girl A Kite Called Korika – Tulika...
Posted on: July 2014
The Leading Reading Schools of India Award is an annual award being established by Young India Books, to recognize and felicitate schools that...
Posted on: January 2014
Cover Design: Senior Category   1st Prize awarded to Meera Trivedi. A student of Arya Vidya Mandir, Bandra East, Mumbai. 2nd Prize awarded to Nandini...
Posted on: January 2014
Senior Category   1st Prize awarded to Anoushka Kasliwal. A student of WOW Book Club, (Dhirubhai Ambani School) Mumbai. 2nd Prize awarded to Shlok...
Posted on: January 2014
Senior Category   1st Prize: Awarded to Vishakha Shah. A student of Aditya Birla World Academy, Mumbai   2nd Prize: Awarded to Karima Samnani A...
Posted on: January 2014
All entries shortlisted by a panel of honorary judges. Winners from the shortlisted entries selected by Illustrations and Cover designs selected by...
Posted on: October 2013
  The Leading Reading Schools of India Awards is an annual award established to celebrate schools that believe in the power and magic of the written...
Posted on: December 2012
As, Bookaroo 2012 drew to a close, it left in its wake many happy kids. Kids who had been feasting for two days on a wide menu of items ranging from...
Posted on: October 2012
Two lovely books to convey the spirit behind the festival Ismat's Eid A humorous tale or our young ones http://youngindiabooks.com/bookrev/ismats-eid...
Posted on: June 2012
  The Glass Tree http://youngindiabooks.com/bookrev/glass-tree Chief Kuruman Pannikkan liked to worship under a fragrant old champaka tree home to...
Posted on: March 2012
Great books on trees and its denizens, especially selected for children to celebrate World Forestry Day: Journey to the City of Six Gates:http://...
Posted on: January 2012
Tip 1: Develop a Writing Rhythm. Find out what time of the day suits you and how much time you can devoteto writng and then STICK TO IT. Each and...
Posted on: September 2011
When we had Panchatantra before us, very few civilizations could boast of such an elaborate text for children. It has a frame story with a neat...
Posted on: May 2011
Twenty best books on forests and wildlife, especially selected for children: Walk the Rainforest with Niwupahhttp://youngindiabooks.com/bookrev/walk-...
Posted on: April 2011
The answer to this would be the same as for any other book. - As an agent I’m looking at the plot, if it’s well constructed with a strong...
Posted on: November 2010
When I was a child, TV barely existed, and our main entertainment was reading. We were encouraged to go to the public library, encouraged to select...
Posted on: July 2010