Unlucky Chumki by Lesley D Biswas is a hOle book by Duckbill, that takes a peek into the life of Chumki- a bright fun-loving little girl who lives in an Indian village. She loves going to school and is brimming with life and enthusiasm. But, there is a little problem. Chumki is considered unlucky. Everyone […]
Sandy to the Rescue by Rupa Gulab is another addition to the very popular “hOle books” series by Duckbill.
An interesting addition to Duckbill Books, Susie Will Not Speak by Shruthi Rao tells the tale of a little girl who lisps, and what her best friend does about it.
In a quest for looking at what books are engaging to very young eyes, we settled upon one common factor- high contrast books.
If there was ever a writer who is prolific in his work, he would top the list. There is one thing about Ruskin Bond books that I truly believe in- there is always something for everyone in his repertoire!
It is a truth universally acknowledged that the parent of a school going child is always looking out for the perfect writing activity book at some point or the other. Well, the search ends here.
Arefa Tehsin’s Amra and the Witch transports the young reader to the lush villages of Northern India. A thrilling plotline and a beautiful setting, all packaged in a lovely hOle book! What more could a young reader want?
How can a much-loved piano turn into a monster? In a new hOle book, Peanut vs the Piano narrates a story that will resonate deeply with children today!
Writing for children is no child’s play. MomSays, a self-publishing platform in India, aims to make this fulfilling journey smoother.
Timmi and Rizu by Shals Mahajan tackles the issue of bullying in school heads-on…and in a fun way that will appeal to younger readers.