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    This Big Little Book Club Will Kickstart Your Kiddos Reading Habit With Their Collection Of Kid's Lit

    Suzanna posted on 12 April

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    It’s never too early to discover the joys of reading and with Bookalore, a travelling kid’s book club, the kiddies will be introduced to the best of children’s lit there is.

    Junior Bookworms

    With a world of children’s literature out there, and a rich reserve of local and Indian kid’s literature, don’t let the little ones miss out on great books and stories. And helping get great books to kiddies everywhere in the city is the travelling kid’s book club Bookalore, who call themselves Bangalore’s big little book club. A five-year-old enterprise, the main aim here is to bring books and children together.

    With a vast collection of children’s lit, mainly consisting of Indian children’s literature {although they do have many international titles as well} kids will get their pick of the best books at this book club. They’ve got books like Krishna Deva Raya by Roopa Pai and Archana Sreenivasan and Karadi Tales. They also conduct a host of fun book-related activities to keep the kids enthused from dramatic storytelling to games. And they often hold meet and greets with authors so children can get to know the writers of their favourite stories. In fact, Bookalore is a team of five, all of whom have something to do with children’s books, be it storytelling to authoring.

    One For The Books

    You must be wondering what a travelling book club is. Well, how it all works is that Bookalore brings the books to you. Whether it’s a school that’s hosting an event or you just want to get all the kids in your neighbourhood to explore books, give Bookalore a buzz on their Facebook Page here and let them know where you want them to be. They have a travelling kid’s bookstore Funky Rainbow that’ll bring all their best books along from titles like My Friend, The Sea and My Mother’s Sari by Sandhya Rao and Oluguti Toluguti which is a book of Indian rhymes by Kshitiz Sharma. Plus, they’ll even plan some activities to make it all extra fun. So what’re you waiting for? Kickstart the munchkin’s reading habit right away.

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