Kashmir! Kashmir! by Deepa Agarwal is a collection of short stories for children and young adults, proving a fresh perspective on life in the valley.
"Are your emotions like mine?" by Chitin Mittal and Shruti Hemani introduce emotional literacy for children and paint a vivid picture of the emotional mindscape of a child.
Eminent mental health professionals address the phenomenon of urban loneliness with pointers for a life that is calm and mindful, despite challenges of urban living!
A planner and guide as you embark on an inward journey, this journal of self exploration will be a true companion!
Masala and Murder by Patrick Lyons begins in Australia with the supposedly natural death of an upcoming Bollywood starlet. Will investigator Samson Ryder get to the bottom of it all?
My Sunday with Deedu and Daadu by Meena Raghunathan and Harini MS mixes photography and art with a simple tale that any young child would identify with and relate to- visiting grandparents. The story describes a day well-spent in the comfort of their home.
Natsuko Imamura’s novel, The Woman in the Purple Skirt draws the reader in slowly but pervasively into the mindscape of the narrator, the woman in the yellow cardigan.
Independent children’s book publisher AdiDev Press brings the magic of Hanuman Chalisa to readers young and old, with captivating illustrations and simple translations.
Ganga’s Choice and Other Stories is a rare insight into the nuances of human behaviour, particularly when people are caught at crossroads, in sensitive ambiguous situations.