Love a Little Stronger by Preeti Shenoy

 

 

 

BLURB –

 

Life is a collection of moments, some memorable and some mundane. Often it is the tiniest things that bring the greatest joy, even though at that time, we have no idea that what we are witnessing may be magical, something that we will talk about and laugh over after many years.
Packed with her hilarious narratives, poignant observations and a writing style loved by millions across the world, this book is certain to strike a chord with anybody who has children or who has been a child, themselves.
For those who have read 34 Bubble gums and Candies, this is a new version, with many additional stories. For others, it is a heart-warming, hilarious and inspiring collection of true anecdotes from the author’s life, telling us to Love A Little Stronger, no matter what happens.

 

 

REVIEW –

This book is a push, a strangers smile and full of positivity that is very much needed. It is a friend which narrates you stories about themselves. The cover is really alluring and hopeful. The blurb is crisp. The title is really touching. The book is further divided into 5 parts which is related to family and day to day stories that unfold in the day. The book has a personal touch to it which elevates the beauty of the book and helps you connect more which further more keeps the reader glued to the book. It is a soft, light heart read which will give you some important lessons and morals that we often forget. You will really enjoy how the book follows all the little things that happen and how many similarities are present between all of us.  The book will make you realize the most important thing that is love And hope how they can walk us through any tough times of our lives. I enjoyed reading all the parts of the book you can read it in parts if you like or as one readf. The book will surely land you up in different emotions and laughter as well. The book has many stories or incidents which all of us will relate to someway or the other. The way childrens wit amaze you or be it how your day at work sucked completely.

It is a good book to read 🙂

overall- 4/5.

 

 

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