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Wednesday, 28 July 2021


KV KANJIKODE LIBRARY     05:15:00  No comments

This book that I have read is by K V Thikkurishi. This story has started with a king called Bhojarajav he will dig and get a throne in that throne there are 32 steps in 32 steps there are 32 wooden dolls after getting on each step the wooden dolls will tell the stories of Vikramadithiyan.
This story is about a King named Vikramadithyan and a vedalam and Vikramadithyans brother named Bhatti. Vikramadithyan has caught a betal in Malayalam that is Vedalam from a tree and then he laid it on his shoulder the vedalam will tell some stories after the stories the vedalam will ask a question
but Vikramadithyans answer will be wrong so the vedalam will get freedom and will go to that tree this happened again and again.
After telling some stories Vedalam will tell his story that he got a curse from Lord Shiva and become a Vedalam to get freedom from the curse is to tell stories for Vikramadithyan after telling all stories he will get freedom. After getting freedom he has become the vehicle of Vikramadithyan.
There is a special in this book this book is a story in that story vedalam will tell a story in that story there will be a story and goes on it's very interesting to read this book.
In this book, I like the character of Vikramadithyan because he is very mindful, helpful and he will sacrifice his life to anyone and I like the character of vedalam because he will tell so many interesting stories and he will do anything for Vikramadithyan.
This book is published by Universal Press in Trivandrum. There are 466 pages in this book and 102 chapters. I will recommend this book to my friends, family members . This book is published in many languages. This book is suitable for 10 years and up because all will like this book.

Aswin Dev D S 6 A

Sunday, 4 July 2021

Unni's Story - Book Review by Nia Muralidharan, 5 D

KV KANJIKODE LIBRARY     03:52:00  No comments
During summer vacation, I read a wonderful English story book titled “Unni’s Story”. 
This story is written by Vinitha Ramchandani and illustrated by K.R Raji. The ISBN of the book is 978-81- 264-2144-2. The cost of the book is US $ 2.99. This book is published by DC books. 

There are
about 30 pages in this book. The main characters of the story are Unni, Diyamol, Muthashi, Kesavan and Beenama. I liked Diyamol most because she showed love and kindness to Unni an elephant.  Diyamol finds a baby elephant in trouble and takes it to her home. Due to some sort of problems, she tells it to go back. And after many years, she finds it again. I was so happy when they met. I was overjoyed with emotion. 

There are few Malayalam words in this story book like Amma, Muthashi, Pappan, Vaidyan etc. The meanings of those words are shown at the end. This book contains colourful pictures too. Diyamol taught
me the quality of showing kindness towards animals. They too have feelings like us. I’ll definitely recommend this story to my friends. It’s a suitable story for children. I really liked this book.

Tuesday, 22 June 2021

Charlotte’s Web - Book Review by Vedakalyani, VII B

KV KANJIKODE LIBRARY     00:00:00  No comments
Book name – Charlotte’s web
Author – E B White
Illustrated by - Garth Williams
Published by – Harper & Brothers

Main Characters
Wilbur – The pig
Charlotte – A spider, Wilbur’s best friend
Fern Arable – Who looked after Wilbur when he was small 
Mr. Zuckerman – Fern’s uncle and the owner of the barn where Wilbur lived
Templeton – A rat who lived in the barn
Mr. Arable – Fern’s father
Avery – Fern’s brother

I read a book named Charlotte’s web a few day ago. It was a wonderful book. It is a book that tells us about love and friendship. 

It a story of a small girl named Fern Arable. When she knows that her father is going to kill a new born pig because it was a runt and won’t amount to anything. Then she argues with her father and she raised the baby pig and named him Wilbur. After a five months he was sent to the barn which was owned by Fern’s uncle, Mr. Zuckerman. He was very lonely in the barn because he did not have a friend to talk or discuss anything. After sometime he found a friend for him, a spider named Charlotte A. Cavatica. Then they became the best of friends. After few while Wilbur comes to know that he is going to be killed in the coming Christmas. Then Wilbur gets upset and become afraid. Then his best friend Charlotte promised that he would make Wilbur’s life safe. But Wilbur had doubt whether Charlotte will be able to make his life safe or not but he believed in Charlotte because Charlotte was his intimate friend. To know whether Charlotte will be able to save Wilbur’s life?  And how will she save him?  Well, I am not going to tell you because I don’t want to spoil the climax. 

If you want to know what will happen next, read this amazing book named “Charlotte’s Web”.

Vedakalyani K B, VII B

Thursday, 10 June 2021

The Naughtiest Girl in the School - Review Anvita Pisharody, VII C

KV KANJIKODE LIBRARY     07:51:00  No comments

Main characters 
Elizabeth Allen
 Joan - Friend
 Nora is one of the monitor 
 Rita and William are judges of the school meeting
Harry – student 
John - student  
Mr. Lewis-music teacher

The story is about Elizabeth Allen who was sent to the Whyteleafe school. At first, she behaved rude and naughty in the school to get expelled. She didn’t want to make friends. After a talk with Rita, she made friends with Joan, who did not have a good relationship with her parents which Elizabeth helped in resolving . Elizabeth asked Rita and William’s permission in the meeting to return to her home. Rita said if she was still unhappy by the half term she can go home. The next week was lovely. She was happy and went for riding, learned music and spent time with Joan. In the next meeting, Rita asked if she still want to go to home but she said she want to stay in the school.

I liked the book because I was curious to know what happened next. Elizabeth’s character change and what she did for Joan was the best part for me

Anvita Pisharody, VII C

Goosebumps: Say Cheese And Die - Review by Ameya S Nair, VII D

KV KANJIKODE LIBRARY     07:44:00  No comments
Goosebumps: Say Cheese And Die

This is one of the best selling books of R L. Stine and one of my favorites. This book is a story of three boys and a girl named Doug also known as Bird, Greg, Michael and Shari respectively. The story is basically about the boys finding a cursed camera. Bad things happen if they ever take a picture with that camera, such as accidents and vanishing. Will they destroy the camera? Or will they keep it?  Well, I am not going to spoil the thrill.

My favorite character is Greg. Cuz he is the sensible guy amongst his friends. And the part which I liked the most is when the police would not believe the kids at a particular moment. Let's end the review stating what I liked most about this book which is that the book was written in simple language and it's interesting. But I really do wish  that the writer could have elaborated the story so that the book will be taken longer time to be read.

Ameya S Nair, VII D

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