I started writing to entertain my daughter. I write stories with characters she can relate to. I use simple every day experiences for the plots that, though completely fictitious, could very well be true. My daughter provides constructive criticism. She is a little over 2 years old. I read the books to her and delete, shorten or rewrite the parts where she looks bored. She helps me choose pictures. She enjoys being involved and encourages me to write more. She asks for the stories to be read to her repeatedly and is a wonderful trial audience. Writing these ebooks serves as an excellent way for us to spend time together.
The books have some big words with simple meanings. They are intended to introduce children to new words.
Since my daughter Pell G helps with the editing she is officially credited in the later books in the series.
Tania and her family go to Bangalore for aunt Poonam's wedding. Join Tania as she participates in all the fun rituals and ceremonies. Tania is faced with a challenge and she comes up with a devious plan to overcome it. Read on to find out.
Tania and her friends are playing a game. It involves fulfilling some tasks. Tanisha, the judge, cant decide who wins. She approaches Tania's papa for help. He tells them a story about a scientist of Syracuse with a similar problem and that helps Tanisha decide on the winner. Read on to find out how Tanisha figures it out.
Tania's class goes on a picnic to Kanheri caves. It is a perfectly normal school picnic till Tania and her friends decide to play hide and seek. During the game Tania accidentally discovers something that makes the picnic a lot more exciting that anyone had expected. Read on to find out.
Tania is a very smart and dedicated student. But she does have one irksome quality. She chatters a lot even when she should be listening to what the teacher has to say. That gets her in trouble. Read on to find out.
Tania and Tanisha accidentally do something that annoys the grumpy terrifying old lady, Mrs. Wadia. The girls are amused by their "trick". They repeat it again. Will they get away with it, or will they get caught? Read on to find out.
Tania and Tanisha are at the garden digging up some mud to fill the pots for Tania's mother's tomato plants. Just as they finish digging up enough mud they find something strange at the bottom of the hole. Out of curiosity they dig further and to their amazement they find a red plastic box. What is in the box? Why was it buried? Who buried it there? Read on to find out.
It is Diwali, the Indian festival of lights. Tania participates in the various rituals of decorating, sweet making, lighting crackers are more. Read on to find out about all the exciting things Tania does for the perfect Diwali.
Tania has a new bicycle. She has no trouble as long as the training wheels are on. But mama takes off the training wheels after a week and Tania has a bad fall. She wont go near her bicycle again. Does little Tania manage to over come her fear and learn to ride her bike? Read on to find out.
Mama has a new tablet. She makes a video of Tania and shows it to her. Tania is fascinated. She wants mama to make many more videos of her. Then she spends hours watching videos of herself. She stops working on her art because she is busy with the videos. What will mama do to fix the problem? Read on to find out.
Tania and mama forgot Anne (Tania's doll) in the park when they had to rush home. They went back for her but Anne had disappeared. Can mama and Tania find and follow the clues to figure out what happened to Anne?
Tania's grandma has planned a surprise for her on Saturday afternoon. Tania is excited about it. But then her best friend invites her to a movie she really wants to see. And that is on Saturday too. Poor Tania does not want to hurt grandma's feelings but she does so want to go for the movie with her friend. What will she do now? Read on and find out. Suitable to be read to children of ages 3 to 7.
Tania wants to give mama a birthday gift. But she does not get any pocket money yet. She can't buy anything. So she decides to make something. But what should she make? Tania has an idea! It is a good idea. But is making a gift as easy as she thinks it is? Read on to find out.
It is Tania's fourth birthday. Mama arranges a treasure hunt for Tania. She has to follow the clues to find the birthday presents from mama and papa. See if you can find Tania's presents. Suitable to be read to children from 2 to 5 years
4 year old Tania is a fairly good girl.
Mama told her to stay in sight while cycling around.
But then something caught her interest and she she forgot all about being good ...
To be read to 2 to 4 year old children.
I wrote this book for my 2 year old daughter who loves cats.
It is about a little girl who gives shelter to a little kitten caught in the rain.
She enjoyed it thoroughly and so I decided to share it with others.