An Illustrated Tale About Ignorance, Determination And blending in: Munro

This is a story of a little boy, named Munro, who was “by mistake” recruited in the Army as a soldier and the people around him are so busy, they barely notice that he’s a little boy and not a soldier.

This story is about 4 year old little boy, Munro. There was nothing unusual about him.

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The Right Book at the Right Time can Ignite a Lifelong Habit

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Our world is bursting with millions and millions of people. Let categorize them into 2: Readers and Non-readers. Have you ever pondered though, what differentiates the former category from the latter? Have you thought why some people are fond of reading while others aren’t? Let us delve into the mind of a reader!

Why some people like to read? Well, there is no definite answer! If there was a definite answer, there would be more best-selling books like the “Harry Potter Series” or “Pride and Prejudice”.  The entire concept of reading psychology, at times seems surreal and out of this world with no logical answers whatsoever. All in all, it is an abstract and aesthetic concept. It happens at times, that people who’s parents read, tend to develop this habit too, but again, we all know that mother nature guarantees absolutely nothing. Devoted teachers and librarians can also be influential. But despite the interference of book groups and literary blogs, reading is ultimately a “personal thing”. Why people read what they read is a great unknown concept! Continue reading The Right Book at the Right Time can Ignite a Lifelong Habit

Schindler’s Ark or Schindler’s List

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“He who saves one life, saves the world entire.” – Jewish Talmud.

It is a humbling task, trying to write about one of the most powerful movies ever made, a Booker-prize winning book, and a man who saved upwards of 1200 lives. It is a daunting task as well, as very few words are capable of describing either of them completely. Continue reading Schindler’s Ark or Schindler’s List

But Remember it’s a Sin to kill a Mockingbird

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There are few books that come as close to worldwide popularity, approval and timeless impact that To Kill a mockingbird. The novel, written in 1960 by Harper Lee is considered a classic, with a few saying it is the best American literature has to offer, along with The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Continue reading But Remember it’s a Sin to kill a Mockingbird

A Story about giving, sacrifice and finding one’s happiness in others: The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

This story is a metaphor for how nature keeps giving us and we keep taking from her ruthlessly and mercilessly. It is an eye-opener, delivered in a soft fashion…

Once there was a tree and she loved a little boy.

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And every day the boy would come and he would gather her leaves and make them into crowns and play king of the forest. Continue reading A Story about giving, sacrifice and finding one’s happiness in others: The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Saturn Can Float In Water

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Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun, has beautiful rings composed of ice particles. Saturn is sometimes called “The Jewel of the Solar System.” It is a planet that is nothing like our own. Humans have been gazing up at Saturn for a long time. They have been wondering about it for thousands of years. It is the second largest planet in the Solar System, yet it is the least dense – it would float in water if there were a bathtub large enough to hold it!! Continue reading Saturn Can Float In Water

The Metamorphosis: An Illustrated Tale on The Absurdity of Life in Chaotic Universe

The Metamorphosis is a short absurdist novel seasoned with dark humor. The main character—a textile salesman—awakens one morning to discover that he has changed into a giant bug resembling a beetle or cockroach. One of his chief concerns after making this discovery is that he will be late for work at an office run by unforgiving overseers. 
Kafka wrote the work in German in 1912 with the title Die Verwandlung. Kurt Wolff published it in 1915 in Leipzig, Germany. 

Part I

One day, Gregor Samsa, a traveling salesman, wakes up to find himself transformed into a giant insect.

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