Eight-year-old Rachel reviews some of our titles for the San Francisco Book Review. Here's what she has to say about The Story and the Song: "I like this book because it had very pretty pictures and it was really nice to listen to. I like the story (and the song!); I think it is fun that stories get told, so they aren’t forgotten."
And about Revenge of the Puppets: "I thought this book was very interesting because the pictures were so pretty with all their colors. I liked this book a lot. It was interesting to think about the puppets having feelings, and it was good that the owners were able to make the old puppets look new again."
And about The Mustache Man: "I liked the pictures; they were funny, but you couldn’t see his face. They were very twirly mustaches. I don’t really understand what this story means, but it’s funny to think about all the villagers with mustaches. I think it’s a good thing that they decided to share their secrets. I liked the book because the pictures were so funny."
And about...oh well, just click on these links to have a look at the entire reviews of some our extremely popular titles.
The Story and the Song by Manasi Subramaniam and Ayswarya Sankaranarayanan - http://citybookreview.com/the-story-and-the-song/
Revenge of the Puppets by Nadine D'Souza and Ayush Rajvanshi - http://citybookreview.com/revenge-of-the-puppets-karadi-tales/
The Mustache Man by Priya Ramanathan and Garima Gupta - http://citybookreview.com/the-mustache-man-karadi-tales/
Whose Lovely Child Can You Be? by Shobha Viswanath and Christine Tappin - http://citybookreview.com/whose-lovely-child-can-you-be-karadi-tales/
Tak-Tak! by Soumitra Ranade and Shilo Shiv Suleman - http://citybookreview.com/tak-tak-karadi-tales/