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Bedtime Dhamaka - great stories for children

Books by Madhavi Hadker

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Madhavi Hadker's second book "Bedtime Dhamaka" is specially written for children between the ages of five to eighteen and also for parents, teachers and adults! This enchanting collection contains twenty stories -each with a moral. Children love listening to entralling stories and the only way to calm them down is to read adventure books, just before they fall asleep. 

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Childhood memories…

By Madhavi Hadker in General Literary | Reads: 131 | Likes: 0

Childhood memories…   It was a pleasant day and the sky was a pale blue. I stood in the balcony, enjoying my morning cup of coffee. What a wonderful feeling it was to be home, after six months of hard work as a teacher in a residential school.   I glanced at the clock on the wall. 8  Read More...

Published on Apr 13,2020 12:16 PM

TAP YOUR POTENTIAL

By Madhavi Hadker in General Literary | Reads: 120 | Likes: 0

Hobby ideas for teenagers   Today, in majority of homes, most of the parents work. Therefore, it is quite natural for a youngster to feel lonely when he/she comes home. There is no one to greet them and say hi! However, there are several ways in which teenagers could spend their time construct  Read More...

Published on Apr 13,2020 12:15 PM

THE SPOOKY HOUSE

By Madhavi Hadker in Thriller | Reads: 200 | Likes: 1

I was really thrilled when I received a lovely silver and blue coloured bicycle on my fourteenth birthday! It also had a small basket and a bell attached to it. I rung this sweet, musical bell so many times that my neighbour’s son yelled out and asked me “Nancy, is your bell stuck? Why d  Read More...

Published on Apr 6,2020 10:36 AM

Avinash

By Madhavi Hadker in True Story | Reads: 388 | Likes: 0

Although it was a Sunday, I woke up early feeling fresh and enthusiastic. It had been drizzling since early morning and I sat in the balcony, enjoying a cup of hot, ginger tea. The telephone rang just then and I was really pleased to hear my best friend Pallavi’s voice. “Hi Madhu, I know  Read More...

Published on Mar 31,2020 02:28 PM

Catch me if you can

By Madhavi Hadker in True Story | Reads: 307 | Likes: 0

Thirteen-year-old Daniel was a tall and strong boy, with raven, black hair and twinkling, black eyes. He was academically brilliant and had constantly stood first in his class, since his first grade. The young lad had made his school proud too - by bagging many gold medals in Inter-school swimming c  Read More...

Published on Mar 31,2020 02:27 PM

26th July 2005

By Madhavi Hadker in True Story | Reads: 250 | Likes: 0

My friends, we are all aware of that terrible day, the 26th of July, 2005, when Mumbai experienced a horrifying episode of heavy rains! At that time, I was working as a teacher in a prestigious Residential School in Ooty. However, just three days ago, I had a terrible fall on the school campus itsel  Read More...

Published on Mar 31,2020 02:27 PM

An embarrassing evening

By Madhavi Hadker in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 240 | Likes: 0

Since my parents had gone out of town for a few days; I had gone to stay with my grand-parents, during  the summer holidays. They lived in a pretty village outside Poona. I was very fond of my grand-father. He was a kind-hearted person and always took me on long walks in the countryside. The ar  Read More...

Published on Mar 31,2020 02:25 PM

Can you forgive your enemy?

By Madhavi Hadker in General Literary | Reads: 324 | Likes: 0

Dr Ajinkya was a renowned E.N.T. (Ear, nose and throat) specialist, working in a prestigious hospital in Juhu. His wife Reema, worked as a school counsellor and over the weekends, she took Public Speaking classes. The doctor was kind, very patient and had a calm personality. By contrast, Reema was v  Read More...

Published on Mar 31,2020 02:24 PM

Acid Attack

By Madhavi Hadker in True Story | Reads: 236 | Likes: 0

Tring! The alarm rang at exactly 6:45 am and Anand woke up almost immediately. He yawned, turned lazily in his bed and reached out to switch off the alarm bell. Then, he pulled the bed covers up to his chin, enjoying the warmth of the bed for a few minutes. He glanced at Radha, his kid sister who la  Read More...

Published on Mar 31,2020 02:21 PM

The Kitty Party

By Madhavi Hadker in Humour & Comedy | Reads: 258 | Likes: 0

Tring! The alarm rang at 6:30 a.m. and Mrs. Sona Butani woke up with great excitement. The bed creaked under her massive weight. On other days, she preferred to laze around till 7:15 until Sadhana, the ‘kaamwali’ ( domestic helper) got piping, hot tea for her in bed. But, today was a dif  Read More...

Published on Mar 31,2020 02:20 PM

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