Kids creation, Reading Club, Story building, The Wonderleaf

Camping in the forest

Short story by Vaishnavi (10 yrs, Grade 5), Naisha and Aarna(7yrs, Grade 3) Story Prompt - Fun and Turkey It was a cold lonely night in a beautiful forest. The harvest moon was shining bright and illuminating the entire forest. Few school kids were camping in the forest. They were still not asleep, and saw… Continue reading Camping in the forest

Book Reading, Reading Club, Stories, Story building, The Wonderleaf

My favorite pieball

Short story by  Tanish Aggarwal, 9yrs, Class 4. Story prompt - Pumpkin pie on a frigid evening On a frigid evening, in the town where my parents grew up, my siblings and I were alone in the big family home. Our parents were out visiting family and friends. We were alone in the big house… Continue reading My favorite pieball

Reading Club, Stories, Story building, The Wonderleaf

The Flickering Bulb

- Naisha, Aarna, Sanidhya Grade 3 A young boy was trying to sleeping on his bed. He noticed that the yellow bulb in his room is flickering. He got very scared, the light was creating many patterns on the wall of his room. He was a brave boy and he decided to not be scared.… Continue reading The Flickering Bulb

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Expressions by Wonder Readers

On a winter afternoon, almost a month back, we asked our young readers to express their thoughts about The Wonderleaf. The broad guideline was to write what they loved about the reading club and what motivated them to come again each week. We blank white paper leaves to our young 'Wonder Readers'. We got such… Continue reading Expressions by Wonder Readers

Book Reading

When the Reading Club tells its own story

“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.” ― Charles William Eliot On a hot summer afternoon, a mother and daughter were discussing nowadays when kids are, they rarely pickup books to read. The mother said, "You started reading… Continue reading When the Reading Club tells its own story