Stories and Poems from
a
Grandmother’s Heart

by Kishwar Mirza
Illustrated by Sakshi Mangal

BOOK SUMMARY

The book contains some short stories and poems for children. Many are about nature, and the book uses animal characters as a way of capturing children’s behaviour and responses. Nature is important and we should respect it. The book is also about being a child, being curious, and having an imagination.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kishwar Mirza M.Ed
Kishwar Mirza M.Ed has worked as both a teacher and a paediatric nurse. She loves writing, baking, and being around children, with whom she’s passionate about sharing positive messages through stories and poems.

She lives in Winnipeg where she keeps busy enjoying time with her granddaughter.

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