The Pachaihara Forest is a peaceful place, where all animals (even lions) are vegetarians, and lived in harmony with each other (well, almost). Reading this introduction brought a smile, and I felt that I was in for a fun read. The Crooked Crow is the first book of the series.
Children’s fiction, more often than not, promises warmth and happiness. That’s one of the reasons I love to read the genre. Some of the most beautiful books I have read come into that genre.
Children’s fiction gives a welcome break from adulting, and as such, I love picking such books to read. When iReads offered this book on review, I didn’t hesitate to pick it up.
I’m a big believer in CS Lewis’ words, “A children’s story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children’s story in the slightest.” The genre of children’s fiction is one that I love to read. There’s innocence there, more often than not, and that’s very enjoyable to read, and remember. I came across this book in a friend’s post. Her daughter is the illustrator Mishti Shah. I liked the title, and so I picked it up for reading.
I find that when I’m hooked to a fictional series, I try to read all available books in the series very quickly. It’s truer when the series falls into one of my favorite genres. I recently read the book Ronaldo: The Reindeer Flying Academy, and was quite impressed by it. When I saw that the second book was also available, I didn’t wait further. I borrowed the same quickly and read it.
I find children’s fiction to be a genre that I turn to when in need of comfort reads. It brings that sense of innocence, the joy of childhood back. One of my best friends read this book recently and I found it on Kindle Unlimited when I checked. I borrowed it immediately and started reading.