The story follows a baby elephant, May, and highlights the relations elephant families share amongst themselves as well as with humans. Through May's story, the book attempts to touch on their value to our own existence, our connection to Mother Earth through them, their way of life and their roles; and also the consequences of tourism & poaching industries adding on to their plight. The book aims at highlighting our role as consumers in these industries and also our roles as fellow inhabitants of the planet.
Hey! I'm back with some more Inktober fun! This time, with some bookish goodness too. So this week, I didn't make enough art pieces that I could share online because this week I decided to study and practice different forms of illustration from comic books and graphic novels. Since it was completely done from other [...]
I don't think I have much to share with you about my day today. I decided to take an off from work and just relax my mind. I'm fine physically but today I realised I've really exhausted my mind and brain. All these days, there's been a lot I've had to do. With building a [...]
Do you ever find yourself sitting away from everyone and just wondering where the world is going and how much time we've wasted already? The amount of effort put in putting one gender down than the other, in not accepting there are more genders than just the two, in disgracing one community or class, in [...]
Rating: 3.5 Stars In One Line:A young Jew, living by a Christian name, working under a Nazi Officer, in hopes of being reunited with her husband. Genre: Historical Fiction "Anna is something wrong?" Yes I want to say. You ran a prison camp for Jews. You keep my parents locked in the ghetto. You [...]
Placard Holder in the Pass by Peeyush Maniyambath My rating: 3 of 5 stars (According to Goodreads scale) In One Line - A well written character-driven story that's refreshing to read and quite thought-provoking. I'm glad this was my last read of 2017 because its simplicity provoked me to think beyond what we normally see [...]
Hi everyone! Every author has their own way of creating their characters, specially protagonists. The big and small details, history and struggles. This year, I read two immensely loved books with protagonists that share a few things in common but one in particular - health. But did I equally like them? Here's a friendly comparison: [...]