DREAM WRITER BY SANDHYA RAO — a boy who doesn’t stop talking, furry cats, and clacking needles…. Sheema has a dream every night, but she always wakes up before they end. How do these dreams end? She really has to know. ‘Write them down,’ says English Miss. And that’s what Sheema does. ‘The more she wrote, the more she wrote, and the more she wrote. She wrote and wrote.’SQUIGGLE TAKES A WALK BY NATASHA SHARMA — meet Squiggle-curious, confused, and crazy! Squiggle is puzzled. She doesn’t quite know what she is! So she sets off through the pages of a notebook in search of answers. Is she a full stop or a colon? A bracket or a question mark? Surely not an exclamation mark! Splash, run, bump, trip, and swing with her until she finds out. I PLANTED A SEED BY AVANTI MEHTA — a boy finds a little seed and plants it. What will grow out of it, he wonder-a tree, a butterfly, a mountain? Manjari Chakravarti’s evocative pictures soar with the child’s imagination, capturing the hope and anticipation and the small dose of reality!NOTHING TO DO BY ROOHI HAQ — ‘Oh, I’m so bored! I’ve got nothing to do!’ is a complaint the two boys of a rich businessman constantly have. But when the boys, Shehzad and Akbar, meetDervaish, they are forced to decide whether they have been infected by the virus called ‘nothing to do’. Read the book to find out how the boys are cured of their disease, and how they learn to make use of their free time. WHAT DID THE FISH EAT? BY SARA KHALID — Bilay lives on the beach and loves everything about it: the sea, the sand, and the fish. But when strange things begin to happen, Bilay is puzzled. She must find out what is going on-what is happening on the beach, and what did the fish eat?