Bookasura: The Adventures of Bala and the Book-Eating Monster

Bookasura The Adventures of Bala and the Book Eating Monster A strange many headed creature Bookasura makes an appearance when Bala is at his grandparent s house Bala keeps Bookasura at bay by supplying him with a steady stream of books But Bala will soon run

A strange many headed creature, Bookasura, makes an appearance when Bala is at his grandparent s house Bala keeps Bookasura at bay by supplying him with a steady stream of books But Bala will soon run out of books.What then Will Bookasura eat Bala up Or will Bala be able to save himself A delightful tale about the power of stories and imagination Celebrate the love of bA strange many headed creature, Bookasura, makes an appearance when Bala is at his grandparent s house Bala keeps Bookasura at bay by supplying him with a steady stream of books But Bala will soon run out of books.What then Will Bookasura eat Bala up Or will Bala be able to save himself A delightful tale about the power of stories and imagination Celebrate the love of books and reading with Bala and Bookasura
  • Unlimited [Christian Book] ✓ Bookasura: The Adventures of Bala and the Book-Eating Monster - by Arundhati Venkatesh ✓
    Arundhati Venkatesh
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    Posted by:Arundhati Venkatesh
    Published :2018-03-23T16:26:24+00:00

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  • Anshul says:

    Its good but was scared of monsters for a few days after reading this book

  • Advay says:

    Bookasura is a marvellous book where Bala finds a strange 9 headed monster and it demands 3 books everyday. but soon he runs out of books to give to him . It would be a good book for ages 8 and below but for 9 and above it might not be interesting as it does not follow any logic. The name intrested me.

  • Vinayak Joshi says:

    Read this because my son insisted that I should. Nice book overall.

  • Rachita Chinta says:

    nice book

  • Thebookvamp says:

    I picked this book by it's title The name Bookasura fascinated me. this book is about a kid called Bala who is passionate about his books who encounters with a book eating monster Bookasura. I was impressed with the way authors shows her reader how TV is bad and reading improves kids imagination I also love the way that story shows the South Indian style of culture and food. it would be so good if the author had included more of Bookasura. I too feel the book was little bit of a pricey side but [...]

  • Ed Goodbooks says:

    Parinita Shetty reviews the book on goodbooks: "Everybody says that true bravery isn’t about not being scared; it’s about confronting your fear by doing what you are scared of anyway. That is easy enough to say (and, arguably, do) when it comes to appearing for an exam or performing in front of an audience. But what does one do when your fear comes alive in the form of a newborn sibling who enjoys snacking on your much-loved books?" Click here to read the full review: goodbooks/node/7168

  • Tanushree Rana says:

    The book was really amazing!!! I liked the characters of the book the characters was taken by the daily lifeExample bala,amma,dadu etc. i also loved the meeting of bala and bakasura and the cover page is so funny. the different stories are represented in the book. my favourite story was bakasura is back the people also get to know new words very well written good luck!!!

  • Abhishek Mitra says:

    A must read for kids and for adults!

  • Aruna Kumar Gadepalli says:

    Good for the Grade 2+. Book dealing with reading and good books.

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