Books by Nandini Nayar
Is Apoorva’s Fat Diary an Indian retort to the ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ series? A fat girl struggling to survive in a malicious, non-forgiving school...
Themes: diary, friendship, molestation, obesity, self-imageAge group : 9+ yrs
When Apoorva Joshi is asked to be the secret Agony Aunt and offer solutions to the letters written by her schoolmates, she is seriously worried. How...Age group : 9+ yrs
I have an almost-9-year-old and a 3-year-old – both practically read the same books. The former out of virtue of knowing how to read and the latter...
Themes: obesity, school concert, school life, self-esteemAge group : 9+ yrs
In today’s world where commercially produced toys and games rule the roost, unfortunately using one’s own imagination and creativity to...
Themes: creativity, family, grandchildren, grandparents, imaginationAge group : 5+ yrs
THIS is the kind of story that will make you smile; innocence and ingenuity jump out of the pages and quickly make friends with you. Kiran...
Themes: family, mothersAge group : 3+ yrs