Category: Children

Children, Versification

Laughter #Poem #WednesdayVerses #Ishithaa

Laughter they say is the medicine for all ailments. What about those who cannot cry? What does the world make of them? Read on Ishithaa.



Simplest of things can leave heartprints, make you smile. This post is written for Writetribe ProBlogger Challenge where the prompt is heartprints.

Causes, Children

Monster Under The Bed

The monster under his bed would not let him sleep. This is a drabble written on the prompt Monster for WriteTribe ProBlogger Challenge by Ishithaa.

Causes, Children, gender issues

Disobedience #Ishithaa

This poem is about disobedience and is written by Ishithaa for the Write Tribe Pro Blogger Challenge


Ronaldo: Rudi’s Birthday Extravaganza (Ronaldo the Flying Reindeer Book 3) – Review

This is the review of the book Ronaldo: Rudi’s Birthday Extravaganza (Ronaldo the Flying Reindeer Book 3) written by Maxine Sylvester.


Pattern Of Changes

The post Pattern of Changes first appeared on Ishithaa. It revolves around the theme Pattern and is written for the WriteTribe ProBlogger Challenge


Ronaldo : The Reindeer Flying Academy by Maxine Sylvester – Review

Ronaldo The Reindeer Flying Academy Ishithaa

Can Ronaldo triumph over mean bully, Dasher, and win the ‘Golden Wings’ medal? Spurred on by Rudi, his quirky, loyal best friend and with a belly full of his favourite carrot pancakes, Ronaldo takes on the challenge of his life! Read the review of Ronaldo : The Reindeer Flying Academy


5 Reasons Why Indian Kids Do Not Move Out Of Their Parental Home

It is normal for videsi (why not?) kids to move out of their parental home and live separately. At least that is what the movies show us. What about our own India? Of late, I have been toying with the idea of getting a place of my own and moving out. Maybe I cannot afford …


Just As He Was Closing The Gate

Just as he was closing the gate, Nayan heard a thud. This is a five sentence fiction based on the Saturday Prompt in the WriteTribe WhatsApp group. This post first appeared on Ishithaa.