Awesome book clutches!

Look what I found while reading Vanity Fair – awesome, pretty book clutches! Find all of them here. Now, guess the price. They start from 490 pounds 😛

Wise words from the story of "The Pig & The Horse"

My hubby shared this wonderful story with me and I’d like to share it with you too 🙂 There was a farmer who collected horses; he only needed one more breed to complete his collection. One day, he found out that his neighbor had the particular horse breed he needed. So, he constantly bothered his…

A grasshopper reading! :D

A grasshopper, caught browsing in a bookstore! Looked like it was spoilt for choice! hehe Such a great shot! 🙂 Thanks Chaz for sharing it with me!

STORYTELLING TIME @ Times Bookstore, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Everyone’s invited! Please come! Kids, especially 😉 It’s Storytelling Time! The Gruffalo by Julia DonaldsonPresented by Cambridge English For Life He has terrible tusks, and terrible claws, And terrible teeth in his terrible jaws! Oh yes, he’s one ugly monster! And guess what? A tiny, brave mouse will have to defeat the monster to save…

The 20 Essential Indian Novels

Thank you Katina for sharing this with me! Read this article and thought it might interest you too. Some really good titles here which might tempt you to add them to your ‘To Read’ list? 😉 “India’s ancient, volatile history, multicultural and multiethnic heritage, and varied geography make it a hotbed for amazing literature. Unfortunately,…

God of Carnage (PJLA Malaysia)

God of Carnage (originally Le Dieu Du Carnage), a French play debuted in Zurich way back in 2006. It has since been adapted into English, playing at London and New York. In 2009, the play was given the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, and won Best Play at the 2009 Tony Awards. And…

Uncensored version of ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ published!!

Over 120 years after it was condemned as ‘vulgar’ and ‘unclean’, an uncensored version of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray is published by Harvard University Press. Revised after it was condemned in the British press over 130 years ago as “vulgar”, “unclean”, “poisonous” and “discreditable”, an uncensored version of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture…

Author of Three Cups of Tea, fabricated his memoir?

Read this on themalaysianinsider.com, and started googling. These are what I found: 1) The author’s charity organization has taken credit for schools in Afghanistan and Pakistan that don’t exist. 2) The porters who accompanied him say he was never lost, and went back to the village a year after his first trip. 3) Mortenson also…