The Camouflage Cards from RooDoodleDoo combines a passion for visual arts with a passion for nature.
Features and reviews of books that have special interest for children. The age groups between 0-12 have a wealth of books dedicated to them. We sieve through these and bring forth our curated picks. We also discuss relevant aspects and issues related to the realm of children’s literature.
How can parents gently lead their kids to discover themselves as unique individuals, not necessarily clones of their parents! Just like papa by Nandita da Cunha takes on this poignant theme.
Who is the boss of gardening at home? Read this fun humorous tale from a child’s viewpoint as she silently observes her parents challenging each other! An enriching read from Katha Publishers.
Mustafa Syed’s Honesty Book Shop has plunged into the realm of storytelling with a view to incorporate diversity, inclusion and wellbeing in stories that our children grow up with.
The landscape of Mumbai changes during the Ganesh festival. In “Be Careful Bappa” the child-narrator cautions his beloved lord Ganesha, against the myriad ‘dangers’ that the city would pose. A touching tale that looks at a slice of Mumbai though the eyes of a child
Halloween is celebrated in many parts of the world, though not very extensively in India. However, it is a perfect excuse to read Halloween books, soon becoming a genre by itself!
Dan Brown’s “Wild Symphony” is a children’s book that pairs with a classical music album and an augmented reality app, even as it tells a delightful tale in rhyme.
A book to bring the Ramayana closer to your child…. revel in exquisite illustrations from one of our favourite epics.