Here is a picture book that just won’t let you sit still. Get into the groove with Something’s Moving!
Literature makes us more human as we learn about each other and the common threads that bind all of humanity. “When Morning Comes” by Arushi Raina adds to this powerful repertoire with a story that shows amongst other things, the resilience of
We live in times where mindfulness has to be a conscious exercise. Zentangle practitioners have found that this art form lends itself naturally to pure mindfulness!
Books hold special places in homes. They have always been appreciated for their aesthetic value, in addition to their intellectual contribution. Here is how you can use books as décor in your
Good stories surpass the dimension of time. They travel right into the core of human experience. Timeless literature indeed transcends time. But more than anything else, could it also be a tool for change?
The second part of the Patan trilogy, The Lord and Master of Gujarat brings a great Gujarati classic to an English reading audience. Translated by Ritu and Abhijit Kothari, the saga is all set to charm a new generation of readers.
Thukpa For All gently weaves in multiple themes: the story of a visually impaired child who confidently and independently manages himself, a story about a close-knit neighbourhood community as well as a window into the exquisite beauty of Ladakh.
Vibhuti Cat by Shikhandin, published by Duckbill Books, is a story about a differently abled child and how he sets off on the path to personal growth armed with his love for art and a loving
Author Deepa Agarwal attempts to explore existential questions from the unique point of view of women, in her latest collection of short stories- You cannot have all the answers and other stories.
This picture book on insects takes the young reader into the world of creepy-crawlies, looking at them with a new lens. The Insect Boy by Shobha Viswanath and Monami Roy looks at insects through the eyes of a child.