BOOK REVIEW OF MY GRANDMA’S CHEST BOX OF STORIES BY NISHANT JOSHI

MY GRANDMA'S CHEST BOX OF STORIES BOOK COVER

Awesomeness compiled at one place. Splendid narration. The best collection of stories and the lifelong teachings.

Review

Children are made readers on the laps of their grandparents but in this contemporary world, the art of bed time stories seem to be lost somewhere behind growing digital methodology. This compilation of 25 moral based stories not only appeal the young minds but also enrich their heart and soul with inspirational one liners with the ending of each story. Lessons of friendship, loyalty, leadership and humanity have been beautifully penned down. Stories are written in such an impactful way to encrypt life long lessons in the reader’s minds. Stories like ‘The Prophet’ and ‘Contemplate your future’ helps in enlightening people of every age group that is a plus point of this book. Stories like ‘The Mighty king’ seeds the great lessons of leadership in the reader’s mind however the teaching in ‘The advanced robot’ needed an apt contemplation. Title is more relatable to the content inside.

Overall, this is one of those phenomenal collections that you will not regret buying.

Merits:

1. Appeals every age group.

2. Language is simple and lucid that makes it more understandable.

3. Narration is outstanding.

4. The front cover is colourful that grabs the attention of readers.

Demerits:

1. Simple grammatical errors can be spotted.

2. Usage of complex structures should be used.

3. Lacks in illustration. Pictures with stories would be more eye chanting.

Ratometer:

1. Cover- 10/10
2. Title 9/10
3. Narration- 10/10
4. Language-8/10
5. Overall- 9/10

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