Posted on: August 2017
1st Prize: Jeel Jain - Smt. Surajba Vidya Mandir, Jogeshwari, Mumbai   2nd Prize: Ananya Rajaram - The Universal School, Ghatkopar, Mumbai   3rd...
Posted on: August 2017
1st Prize: Simran Zaveri - JBCN International, Parel, Mumbai 2nd Prize: Mantasha Malik - Diamond Jubilee High School for Girls, Dongri, Mumbai 3rd...
Posted on: August 2017
1st Prize: Darsh Yadav - JBCN International, Mumbai 2nd Prize: Saurish Swamy - JBCN, Borivali, Mumbai   3rd Prize: Aahan Vyas - JBCN, Borivali,...
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 personally...
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! To commemorate this historic occasion, for this year's Leading Reading Schools of India Awards, Young...
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 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 Brown. Published by Fun OK Please By Manishka Mouvery. Grade 2. Vidyashilp Academy   God made us and all of us are beautiful including...
Posted on: January 2016
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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: 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 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 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 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: 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
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 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
All entries shortlisted by a panel of honorary judges. Winners from the shortlisted entries selected by Illustrations and Cover designs selected by...
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: 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