NAME OF THE BOOK : Shrav vs Sana
AUTHOR : Suhasini
GENRE : Kids Fiction
Stories with moral impart most important life lessons to a child, which forms a strong foundation for them to deal and respond to different life situations. Research also shows that young children learn moral reasoning through what they have been told and as they grow, they would be in a position to decide the right and wrong.
I am really excited to review this book as I am actually sharing the review done by my daughter who thoroughly enjoyed reading it and incorporated most of the learnings from this book in her life. Wow! Isn't it amazing? I would like to congratulate Suhasini who is the author for this book , for imparting some very important life lessons through her short stories.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Suhasini is a trained Kids Life Coach and a Mental Health Blogger. She blogs about her parenting approach, her discoveries on kids mental health and the books she read.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Cinco of Shrav vs Sana is a compilation of five (cinco means 5 in Spanish) short stories . Shrav and Sana who are the main characters meet each other during their summer break. Shrav is smart and talented while Sana is witty and funny. In spite of having contrasting personalities they still learn some very important life lessons from each other with ease. Friendship has the power of influencing. As kids they have many things common that makes them more comfortable in each others company. That results in better learning.
Each story starts with the fight between Shrav and Sana due to their distinct temperament and ends up in a cognizance. It is a fun read, especially the conversation between both the kids. Each time any one of them gets into discomfort or panic mode the other one very tactfully finds the solution. You might feel nostalgic reading this as each one of us can relate to their fights as siblings or as friends.
LESSON LEARNT FROM THE BOOK
- Anxiety Box sounds interesting and it seriously works. If something is bothering you and you cannot keep your mind away from it the best way is to write it down that can keep your mind uncluttered and throwing it away can actually helps you to get rid of it.
- Over confidence can lead to arrogance, as there is a very thin line between being confident and being over confident, so be mindful.
- Never run away from problems, face it. Life is unpredictable, if something goes wrong, be resilient.
- Prioritize your task, maintain a to - do list. Their is a saying, eat the dirtiest frog first. People procrastinate while they find something uncomfortable but remember you can get away only for time being but further delaying can make things really nasty.
- Live life to the fullest. Live in present, as past is gone and no one knows what is stored in future.
- No body is perfect, so never hesitate to ask for a help.
MY TAKE ON THE BOOK
My daughter and I both loved it as we could connect with these stories at personal level. Mother generally shares a very special relationship with her kids. Whenever she sees her kids in dilemma, she jumps in with her "gyan" with some real time examples for their better understanding. Same scenario can be witnessed in these stories. Language and narration in the book is simple and age appropriate.
So, if your want to impart some vital life lessons in your kids life and looking for a fun read, do grab your copy.
Format : E-Book
Pages : 27
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A wonderful review. It is indeed a very well written and exceptional book. It is a must have in the library.ReplyDelete
I have read her book and it's really loved the way these stories are touched with personal touch. Loved your review.ReplyDelete
Loved your review for Suhasini's book, I have downloaded and yet to read. I do read some posts of Sana and Shrav's cute fights and truly enjoyed!ReplyDelete
This seems a great book. I'll definately download and review it. It seems helpful to the parents as well as for the kids.ReplyDelete
I became fan of shrav and sana the day this idea popped up in suhasini's head. I'm happy that she was able to frame such wonderful stories around their friendship and learning while growing up together. A nice review and glad your daughter too enjoyed the book. It's a must read for all.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely review of the book. I've been waiting to complete the book and plan on implementing the takeawayReplyDelete
Loved your review. When you connect to a book at personal level, then its charm is different. And thats what I like in any book. It shouldn't be a verbose but readers should see themselves in it.ReplyDelete
Wow your girl did this review. awesome. this book is next in my list. will surly involve angle and pranjal in reading and reviewing this book. your review has made me inspired and excited to read this next week.ReplyDelete
I really loved the book and you have done ample justice with the review. I especially liked the Lessons learnt from the book that you listed out.ReplyDelete
This sounds like a book I will enjoy reading with my kids too. Two kids with different temperaments will surely have loads of fun bonding with each other.ReplyDelete
this is such a lovely review, this kids genre seems to be a good read. Let me check this one for my little reader. Thanks for the honest and exciting reviewReplyDelete
This is a nice and informative review, the book sounds really interesting. I like the way universal truths and values are presented in a fun and interesting way.ReplyDelete
Finding good books for children is a very difficult task indeed. This sounds like a delightful read. Thanks for sharing. Great review!ReplyDelete
This books seems so nice and worth reading. Even i loved the idea of having anxiety box. I usually do this in my dairy every day. It helps in keeping the anxiety in check. Great lessons to be learnt from the book.ReplyDelete
The book sounds really interesting. and best wishes to your daughter, she has reviewed it nicely.ReplyDelete
Since I am constantly looking for good book recommendations for my daughter, I would surely download this one.ReplyDelete
That's quite an interesting concept and I would love to share it with my little one too. Anxiety Box sounds quite intriguing to me.ReplyDelete
I was looking for good book recommendations for my son and now I can go for this one . Thank you for sharing this with usReplyDelete
Honest review indeed this book by Suhasini is a good read. I havent downloaded it yet will surely do very soon.ReplyDelete
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