Bilingual board books are just perfect for today’s readers! Beautifully narrated and illustrated, this one explores the colourful world of Radha Krishna
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.
The dash of humour and eye catching graphics jostle with the facts and concepts presented, making the set of books a complete package.
Why Can’t Elephants be Red? by Vani Tripathi Tikoo (Perky Parrot, Niyogi books) gives us a glimpse into the mind of a lively and chirpy toddler who lives in a joint family set up in Singapore.
Significant gems are often lost in the annals of history. The story of Jhalkari Bai, a Dalit woman in the personal army of Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi is one such treasure that is unraveled in this book!
The Songs of Freedom Series place young children at the center of the struggle for India’s independence. At one level, there is the story of the struggle for independence playing out on the wider canvas. But, parallelly, and equally importantly are young minds coming of age in a world where they are about to make a big difference.
A Tree of My Own by Ruskin Bond introduces young readers to the restorative powers of nature, accessible to all!
AdiDev Press has come out with another stellar series under the “Learning to Be” concept. Each new edition builds on the legacy of the older ones!
Ritu weds Chandani is a picture book that helps young readers understand same sex romantic love.
In Ten Indian Art Mysteries That Have Never Been Solved, author Mamta Nainy deftly delves into perplexing puzzles of Indian art history, where the readers are duly invited to become detectives in their own right!