Fiction, Kids, Short Story


A jungle safari for 2-year-olds and above. Show them the pictures and teach them animal sounds. Lina, Bobby, Anna and Toby go for a jungle safari. They started walking in the jungle. “Shh!!! Quiet! Listen!” Hoot! Hoot! “It’s a MONKEY”, said Lina. They started walking again. “Shh!!! Quiet! Listen!” Trumpet!!! “It’s an ELEPHANT”, said Anna. They started… Read More QUIET!

Fiction, Kids, Short Story, Uncategorized

Pia’s Pop-up Adventure

Children often find pop-up books very exciting. They love the magic that happens when folded sheets of hard paper pop-up! Pia had some beautiful pop-up books. Some had animals and some had fairies. Just like other children, she also found them very magical. However, there was one pop-up book that was very special. It was… Read More Pia’s Pop-up Adventure

Fiction, Kids, Short Story

Odd One Out

Osric! Osric?? Why do they call you the odd one out? Because I am a bird who can’t fly. Duh! Can you see at far distances? Yes, very clearly. I have big eyes. My long neck makes it easier for me to look far.   You never miss a thing. Isn’t it? Yeah! I blink… Read More Odd One Out

Fiction, Kids, Short Story

Nozz The Powerful

Sniff! Sniff! Hey!! There you are. I was hoping to meet you. I am Nozz. I live in a town called Phiz*. People also call me Nozz The Powerful. Why am I called powerful? That’s because I am the one who makes sure you smell everything – right from the day you were born. I… Read More Nozz The Powerful

Fiction, Kids, Short Story


“Who scribbled with markers in my book?”, Mahi thought angrily as soon as she opened her new book. She loved her books. She would keep them nice and took good care of them. “Should I ask mumma? She might think I did it and asking her to save myself. But at least I should tell… Read More Markers

Fiction, Kids, Short Story

Legendary Lacinda

Petrolhead ˈpɛtr(ə)lhɛd/ noun informal A car fanatic Once upon a time, in a town name Louisivin, there lived a girl whose name was Lacinda aka Cindy. She loved her father’s car and driving it gave her the thrill which couldn’t be explained in words. Cindy worked in her father’s shop and helped him delivering things… Read More Legendary Lacinda

Fiction, Kids

Kenny, Roo And A Beautiful Kite

The sun was shining bright and the wind was blowing just fine. Kenny started her day with having her favourite breakfast, the yummy pancakes. It was almost afternoon and she wanted to go out to fly the kite which her papa got for her. “Mamma, I am going out to fly the new kite”, said… Read More Kenny, Roo And A Beautiful Kite

Fiction, Kids


Hi! I am Jumble. Can you read me? A compilation of sentences made with jumbled words for early readers in a simple conversational form. This is recommended for children going to Class 1 and above. Children usually become fluent readers by now and start practicing solving jumbled words at school. If it can be made… Read More JUMBLED

Fiction, Kids

Igloo With An Umbrella

Igloo then I am Noel. Me and my sister, Ivy, live in a very small igloo in a tiny village in the Arctic. Those were the happy days when there was ice everywhere. Sun didn’t show for many days. It would be chilly all day and night. We wore multiple layers of clothes to feel… Read More Igloo With An Umbrella

Fiction, Kids

Hanna and The Witch

“This is such a pretty headband. Is that for me?”, Hanna said looking at the headband lying on her bed. “Yes, Hanna. But be careful with it. This headband has magic. You will slowly learn about it. Till then, keep it safe”, said Hanna’s mother, Sherry. The headband was packed nicely in a square velvet… Read More Hanna and The Witch