Raaj Grover’s The Legends of Bollywood is a memoir about some heartfelt, some spicy and some unbelievable tales from the world that is called Bollywood! A fun ride right into some Bollywood nostalgia!
I Like Art: Renaissance by Margaux Stanitsas is a basic and simple art history book for kids, perfect for preliminary introduction of the Renaissance period.
Aditi Krishnakumar’s The Magicians of Madh enriches the genre of fantasy fiction for middle grade readers and young adults, combining a gripping tale with loads of humour!
We often feel like running away into the arms of nature from our humdrum urban existence. Creating Sanctuary shows us that this natural haven can well exist in our own backyard!
Sarang Mahajan’s Luwan of Brida is the first novel set in Inkredia, an original fantasy universe. Luwan of Brida is the first book set in this magical land.
Storywallah is more than a collection of short stories. It presents a delightful assortment of authentic voices from India.
How can you tell children about the power of faith? The Truth about the Tooth, a picture book published by Karadi Tales gently nudges the little reader into a world where the power of faith reveals itself to those who believe!
Sonia Mehta is back with the fourth book in the Puffin Junior Lives Series. She delves into the lives and times of Gautama Buddha.
Pralay- The Great Deluge mixes history and fantasy to create a saga that cuts across the dimensions of time.