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Tales from Time-Out By Henry J. Roth

Few years ago, I met a psychologist, who happens to be my friend. She was working as a kindergarten teacher for a while and her experiences are priceless! She suggested me this book "Tales from Time-Out by Henry. J. Roth" and I can't thank her enough!

The author has been a principal for 16 years and I am impressed with the way he involves, decodes and deals with kids' behaviour, understanding their psychological state and responding it in a effective manner. He explains it with a lot of humour and is quiet enjoyable.

This book is for parents, teachers, special educator, child care or anyone who deals with children and also for those who loves kids!

After reading this book, my perspective changed a lot while dealing with people coming from various background. That's the reason I want to revisit this book and would like to have it in my collection.

It's available in Kindle and Google Books. Do read it and feel free to comment below! ;)

Ayn Rand's The FountainHead

The bestest birthday gift from a bestie till date! Love to have it in my collections.

The most philosophical book ever read! Most of us have come across different and wide variety of personalities. Some of us may be confused what we wanna be. Some of us may not feel comfortable with ourselves. Some of us choose to be, to be accepted in his crowd. Some of us choose to be, just for himself. Some of us may feel that we don't wanna be what we are and we wanna improve ourselves. Each of us consistently strives to improve our personality in one way or other, depending on their circumstances or experiences.

None of us can know ourselves or others completely at any time.

This book always tells "To Be Yourself, No Matter What" and that's what my dad is doing throughout his life, inspite the peoples' opinion. The bravest man I have ever known!

The book starts with two young architects - Peter Keating and Howard Roark.
Keating and Roark were classmates. In the story, it …

South African Comedy Film

Have you heard of "Gods Must Be Crazy" movie?


Well, it's time to watch! It's one of my favorite movie ever! They have two series.

The first one is the most funniest one! It's innocent but hilarious! It begins with a empty Coca-Cola bottle which is thrown from a plane, lands in front of African lad. The puzzled lad thought it was a gift from god and decides to put in good use. But, instead it created chaos in his tribe. He then decides to find the end of the world and dispose the cursed thing off!

The second begins with trunk that passed his tribe. His two curious kids jumped onto the trunk and goes for a ride without driver's knowledge. The African lad determines to rescue his kids. While doing so, they come across a plane crash and some western guys fighting.

Enjoy the movie and don't forget to let us know what you feel about it! ;)

P.S: It's a U/A movie!