Young Karma Tandin loves fighting monsters. It is a piece of cake for him. One day, an undead zombie pays him a visit. Is this more than he bargained for?
There are just so many types of books to choose for toddlers. We present a curated list of the different book categories that present a diverse category-selection of interactive books for toddlers.
Sometimes your ‘birthday week’ can throw in delightful and fun surprises and sometimes ahem, unexpected and weird situations! Middle-schoolers would love this fun read!
The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Playing Cricket by Natasha Sharma is a step-by-step (cheeky!!!) pictorial guide to initiate the uninitiated to the sport called cricket.
“Never underestimate the power of an honest conversation” and “trusting your child’s instincts” is one of the many takeaways that Raising Mamma by Lalita Iyer offers.
For want of a cleaner and greener environment for our present and future generations, our habits and practices need to change. City of Stars by Ekta Ohri shows how small changes matter.
A mesmerizing Chinese koi fish inspires a timeless tale for children….a tale where dreams matter and where they do come true!
The Golden Eagle from the Feather Tales series has a compelling story line, descriptive narrative and factual bird trivia with bird heroines, heroes, a villain and his sidekicks. Tune in to know more!
An open invitation to Christmas is the decorated shimmering evergreen Conifer tree. A simple round up of what you need to decorate the tree ….filled with Christmas reads!
Do you need to read the Bhagavad Gita to children for them to understand it? While this could be done with older kids, a new book brings Gita for children in form of stories they can relate to.