“Face a Book Challenge” has been selected for the KVS National Innovations and Experimentation Award 2015-’16.
Dear all FaB Challengers who took part from its first edition (2014-’15), this Award is for you. You deserve it. CONGRATS !!!
Let me thank all amazing FaB Challengers for their curiosity, dedication and love.
Congrats and heartfelt thanks to Jayalakshmy Mam for being the backbone, continuing support and inspiration of the project.
Grateful to Neerada Mam for kick starting the FaB Challenge. Always indebted to Ajayakumar Sir, Principal, KV Pattom for leading the project in many ways and remain a great motivator..
Special thanks to Ms Divya R. Nath, Ms Rekha Rajan and Mr Mathew Abraham for extending their whole hearted support from the beginning.
Hearty Congrats and thanks to everyone. This is for you KV PATTOM.
S. L. Faisal, Coordinator, FaB Challenge
This tremendous tale tells us about who is 8 year old boy and his desire is to transform his cranky old grandma.
I thanks to George madcap and mischevious idea, his marvelous medicine does the trick but not in the way he expected. I absolutely loved this book and when I read it I burst into laughter.I would highly recommend this book because its amazing.
The way the writer wrote was hilarious and he put in some random funny things that didn’t exist and could never happen such asthe transformation of animals. I would love to read more books of Roald Dahl series.
Reviewed by Mydhili S. Ann
Historical fiction is an interest to even those who are not fond of history.They have gained recognition in various places .Greek history, Roman history, Indian or Chinese and what not .
Not very often do we get to see a South Indian historical fiction.
R.venketesh’s Gods kings and slaves tells us a story about a war . Where death is certain on both sides. It also talks about the brotherhood between two kings who in turn want to kill the other.The story is beautifully written and it talks of pain,love and war.
I give it a 3 out of 5.
Reviewed by Maidhily Warrier
Ms Jinsy J. S., with her FaB Book, ‘Good Idea, Amelia Jane’ written by Enid Blyton