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Data scientist and parent to two, Kripsa Mehta just turned into an incredible author debuting with Aashi and the Robot. With a futuristic setting, Kripsa talks about teaching kids human values in a fun way. As parents, we totally relate to learning by observation and hope you enjoy this little chat too!

Mehta’s writing uses the Indian storytelling form of being moral-based and teaching values through a story. Her book series intends to bring engagement while also teaching values in a non-preachy way. She reflects on her own childhood reading and her mother’s parenting approach as an inspiration.

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Listen in to find out Kripsa’s favorite childhood books and inspiration to all parents to inspire kids to learn and be readers! Teaching kids human values in a fun way doesn’t need to be hard or another parenting task on a neverending list. It can be made simpler, and reading is one way.

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Kripsa Mehta on teaching kids human values in a fun way

A true Mumbai-kar by heart, Kripsa has been living in the US for close to two decades. She works as a data scientist and debuted her children’s book in 2023.

A firm believer of learning through play, and hopes to help young readers learn core life values through goofy, entertaining and STEM based stories.

Her first series – Aashi and the Robot is a transitional chapter book series about Aashi Mehtaup and her beloved Robot, Zy. It’s about friendship, future and fun!