We are sure the festive week off proved really helpful to get back to the family, enjoy some fun moments, mithais and a lot of 'say cheese' moments! In KSP Book Club, we told you the best festive reads for your child so that they will learn and appreciate the festivities more than just follow them blindly.
Today, in KSP Book Club, we tell you why this book that every parent is talking about is obviously sitting strong on our bookshelf. Read on.
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Which book are we reading?
#Book for tonite is #goodnightstoriesforrebelgirls 📚 Shop for our favourite books on Kidsstoppress.com Thank you @nakulz for this masterpiece. Aanya is so hooked onto this book. She reads it every morning and as soon as she wakes up. She has lived so many lives through this book. #bookfortonight!#whatimreadingtoday #kspstore #read #kidsbooks #classics #mustreads #FindItOnKSP #KSPBookClub #WhatShouldIReadToMyKidsToday #kidsbooks #childrensbooks #booksforkids #childrensbookclub #womenachievers #books #mustreads #books #bookworm
The book that's on our shelf this week is Goodnight Stories For Rebel Girls written by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo and is published by Penguin Books. Buy here.
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What is it about?
The book tells your children the inspiring stories of 100 extraordinary women and how they braved all odds to achieve their destination. And when we say achieve- we mean like big ones! From Elizabeth 1 to Serena Williams and even Malala Yousufzai this book tells us their stories through lovely illustrations.
Featuring women achievers who stood against difficulties and didn't take 'no' for an answer (and hence the label- rebel) from across the world, this is the ideal book you need to read out and hand over to your children to inspire them to reach for the skies.
Why is this book on our shelf?
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Is there any new book that you got for your child and are really impressed? Tell us about it in the comments below! And stay tuned for KSP Book Club every week for the best reads for your kids!