Stories By Shachi

Shachi is a budding writer, picture book reviewer, and a storyteller, with a singular focus on introducing children to a new language and culture through picture books.


Raised in India, Shachi moved to Round Rock, Texas a couple of years ago with her husband to begin a new life. As an active community member, Shachi volunteers at the Round Rock Public Library. She hosts a monthly bilingual Hindi-English storytime. Over the years, the storytime has become popular within the community, receiving a great response from parents. The joy brought to children’s faces by reading stories to them has always been the driving force for Shachi. She receives immense pleasure and gratification with her storytime acts for children. As a result, she decided to look for other ways to spread the joy of picture books beyond her monthly storytime catering to the local area.


About Shachi Kaushik



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