A collection of father-daughter conversations that capture the relationship beautifully. Captures the innocence and inquisitive nature of a child. – Vijay Lokapally, The Hindu
Paruvu has the ability to see how one can seek wisdom to deal with life and its challenges from these commonplace looking episodes. – Hindustan Times
The father-daughter duo grows on you. Anjali’s easy, breezy take on life and quick fixes stunned me. It is simply fresh, pure in its emotions and leaves you smiling. It is tough to stop at just one tiny tale, making it an addictive read. – Telangana Times
Children experience life to the fullest without worrying about others prying eyes. This book reveals all the truths that we overlook in our eagerness to get ahead in our life. – The Hans India
Me and my kids thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. Simple and enjoyable. – VVS Laxman, Former Test Cricketer
“..filled with beautiful nuggets of innocent wisdom…the kind that is lost on adults.” – Free Press Journal
All through the book Anjali made me smile. Now I feel I personally know a little girl called Anjali who knows the solutions to all problems in my life. She saved me from growing up too. This is a simple, lovely, cute book..” – WritersMelon
Makes you realize the little things you avoid in life, and how much impact they can make in others life..some of the episodes simply touch our soul. – WordCurdWriteups.blogspot.com
Enjoying the book immensely. There is not false note in its format. The tender parent-child conversations that take place are clearly real and not manufactured vehicles by the writer to give ‘gyan’ – Gouri Dange, Writer and Family Counsellor
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Little people have old souls and big ideas.
The time you spend with your children is never wasted. They are the ones who experience life to the fullest, without worrying about others’ prying eyes.
Often, in the rush and worry of life, we forget about the true meaning of our journey. But children experience life with an open mind and a big heart.
This Way is Easier Dad is a conversation between a perceptive daughter and her indulgent father. It reveals all the truths that we overlook in our eagerness to get ahead in life. Read on to experience joy in the little things yet again!
Harimohan Paruvu is a writer and an executive coach. He completed his Civil Engineering and MBA from Osmania University, and worked in the corporate sector for a decade before focusing his attention on writing. His previous books include The Men Within – A Cricketing Tale, If You Love Someone... and 50 Not Out! He lives in Hyderabad with his wife Shobha and his daughter Anjali. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.