One of the ways of looking at Mumbai, is through its rains. In Rain- A City through a Season, Vinitha and Kripa take young readers through a unique version of the Mumbai monsoon.
Hindsight offers a good scope for reflection. Quest for Restoring Financial Stability in India by Viral Acharya mixes potent observations, reflections and research-based data to outline the fault lines which are a hindrance to the goal of restoring financial stability in India.
What happens when a beautiful Champaka tree, filled with life, is replaced with an equally exquisite glass tree? The Glass Tree by M Mukundan leaves the young reader with some food for thought.
Tara Westover’s best-selling memoir Educated reveals so much about the power of the family, and their hold over the stories that a child, and then the adult tells himself and herself.
There are some children’s books you just can’t grow out of. Cherish these timeless picture books for years to come!
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T4 Tales brings a new and worthy addition to the treasure-trove of Ramayana stories for children. This interactive book is a simple retelling in Hindi for very young children.
What if you are forbidden to be friends with your young neighbour? And when you ask why, all you get is silence? Can there be friends behind walls?
Bollywood Groove and Culture Groove started with a vision to celebrate different cultures through stories and dance. Their latest offering consists of two books that highlight cultural aspects of Janmasthami and Ganesh Chaturthi.