How I Lost My Hair Raising Teenage Girls by Andrew McKinney | Book Review

Andrew McKinney seems to have it made: an important job, a great wife and three wonderful children. But when his two daughters become teenagers, life turns upside down. It's as if aliens have taken over the bodies of his loving daughters, leaving him confused and uncertain about what to do. Family holidays provide some relief and family bonding, but comical mishaps ensue. As they teeter on the brink of chaos, Andrew and his wife must determine what to do with their youngest and most rebellious child — send her to university or kick her out of the house?

The Art of Papercraft by Helen Hiebert | Book Review

Whether you're a crafting beginner, artist or designer, this book with 40 unique projects ideas, all made with a single sheet of paper, offers a rich variety of papercraft techniques. With step by step illustrations, this is a great way to explore the diversity of paper as a medium and learn how to make stunning projects.

The Future Ready Organization by Gyan Nagpal | Book Review

What do companies like Walt Disney, Apple and Google have in common? How is the nascent success of Airbnb rewiring Marriott's business model? Is Uber showing us the blueprint of future business? In The Future Ready Organization, author Gyan Nagpal explains why Dynamic Capability Management, built on a robust talent framework, is the way forward.

Daughters of Legacy by Rinku Paul and Puja Singhal | Book Review

What are the challenges and perks of handling age-old legacies?
If you come into a position of power through a position of privilege, how do you make sure that you earn respect, more so if you are a woman?
These and many more questions are what Daughters of Legacy seeks to answer through the stories of twelve successful women who grew up with strong business lineages.

Mothering A Muslim by Nazia Erum | Book Review

What does it mean to be a middle-class Muslim kid in India today? Talking to over a hundred children and their parents across twelve cities, Nazia Erum uncovers the shocking reality of the religious segregation that has slowly and steadily crept into the classrooms and playgrounds of India's elite schools.
This is a book that should be mandatory reading on Parenting In India.