The plots are simple everyday experiences that children can easily relate to. Girls particularly can identify with the character. The first 4 stories in the series are more suitable for ages 3 to 6 and the next 9 stories are suitable for ages 4 to 10.
Some of the stories, like “Tania makes pancakes” and “Tania has an idea”, have descriptions of activities suitable for parents to do with their children on weekends. While others like “Tania’s Dilemma” deals with problems that are trivial to adults but seem like a big deal to a 4 year old. “Tania is a Detective” and “Tania’s Discovery” are fun and exciting reads. “Tania’s Diwali celebration” introduces the child to various fun aspects of Diwali.
I have made printed copies of “The Tania Quartet”, which is a collection of the first 4 stories of the series, available free to several libraries including
Curious Kids Circulating Library, Kidos Library Edupark and MCubed in Mumbai, at Little Spark library and Readers Club in Chennai, at The Treasure Trove Library for Kids Gurgaon, at Rainbow Club Kidz Library in Bangalore, at Schoolkutti children’s library in Trivandrum and at Learning Square library in Delhi.
Printed editions of a few of the stories are are available on amazon.