This light hearted story about the very lovable ‘Petu Pumpkin’ by Arundhati Venkatesh will have the young reader in splits!
This book seeks to explore the evolution of the RSS against the backdrop of a changing India. Peppered with personal observations, independent research and case studies, it illuminates the agility of the Sangh and the challenges that lie in store.
In India, we are no strangers to the sweet boons of the Neem tree. The extraordinary properties of Neem are the subject of much research. We chat with Klaus Ferlow, author of Neem - Nature's Healing Gift To Humanity, about the wonderful benefits of Neem.
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
She may have been typecast as the “Tragedy Queen”…but there is much more to her. A new book of Meena Kumari’s poetry, translated by Noorul Hasan shows that she wielded the pen with as much élan!
The surge in design and innovation has not escaped the book printing industry. With numerous new releases every day, an interesting book cover is a powerful differentiator.
Duckbill’s new hOle book, When Jiya met Urmila by Shabnam Minwalla tells a humorous episode born out of an apparently unlikely friendship. The nuanced book, meant for younger readers subtly touches upon the theme of social class
“Don't be a sellout!” says Author Vikram Bhatti in his book, The Sellout Nation, a resolutely smart, sharp and wicked satire on the evils of globalisation.
Raaj Grover’s The Legends of Bollywood is a memoir about some heartfelt, some spicy and some unbelievable tales from the world that is called Bollywood! A fun ride right into some Bollywood
I Like Art: Renaissance by Margaux Stanitsas is a basic and simple art history book for kids, perfect for preliminary introduction of the Renaissance period.