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.
What happens when a beautiful Champaka tree, filled with life, is replaced with an equally exquisite glass tree? The Glass Tree by M Mukundan leaves the young reader with some food for thought.
There are some children’s books you just can’t grow out of. Cherish these timeless picture books for years to come!
The Tale of Makkhilal merges a profound social message with a beautiful reading experience thanks to the simple language and delightful illustrations for the 3-6-year-old age group.
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.
Ketaki Mazumdar’s beautifully illustrated picture book narrates a simple tale of love and sharing. Set in the midst of an enthralling forest, it whips up the imagination of children.
The Wizard Khizr is a simple and crisp tale that takes the reader to the court of the Shah of Persia… leading to a surprising series of events and a heart-warming end!
A delightful story in verse, a heart-warming message and exquisite pictures… Rats Bigger than Cats is a fun picture book for 2-7-year olds.
The beautiful Gulmohar tree becomes a pathway of introducing a child to the wonders of nature. My Gulmohar Tree by Ekta Ohri outlines this fascinating journey.
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.