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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Story Time For Kids by Sadaf Tausif is a collection of short stories that handle diverse topics, fresh and original, putting smiles on the faces of young readers. Whether it is the story of Billy, the big bad bully, or Night at the Museum, or Mystery of the Haunted House, or the rest of the stories, readers are pulled into a world where they are introduced to real and memorable characters, interesting incidents, unexpected happenings, and much more that will keep them glued to the book.
The collection is charming, cheerful, delightful and entertaining. The stories are all unique and different, and children will be taken into scary, strange, and magical places where they will enjoy getting lost. It’s a good bedtime storybook for children and can be used for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries. It’s difficult to choose any particular story as my favorite as all the stories have their own charm and fun. The author’s style is elegant, neat, and simple, and he knows how to capture the attention of the child reader with his expert narration and creativity.
These stories are enjoyable and they will make children imagine and dream, and transport them to different places, experiences, incidents, and situations. It’s a book worth having in one’s personal collection as children will love going back to the stories and reading them again and again.