Issue 13


Pete, the blower of bubbles - part 2

Change eventually comes As Pete continued to make his bubbles lighter, his happiness knew no bounds. He began to explore new possibilities and his bubbles started to take all kinds of shapes – rectangular, octagonal, even square! His ventures did not go well with his neighbors, who did not live in round bubbles; they lived in square boxes. Unable to understand Pete and his bubbles, they began to feel he was becoming a threat, making bubble boxes that were not legal. The square box people discussed the matter among them and the......

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Flying kiss flipbook

Flying kiss flipbook

This simple project is going to make more than one person happy. Your grandparents, parents, a friend that you have not seen for a long time: who would not like to receive a kiss?...

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Writing my way to peace

Writing my way to peace

MEGHANA ANAND explores the benefits of reflective writing in finding inner peace. A couple of years ago, while on a camping trip, I enjoyed a game of hide-and-seek with my little son. When it...

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COLLECTOR'S EDITION 2016