The dash of humour and eye catching graphics jostle with the facts and concepts presented, making the set of books a complete package.
Two picture books for toddlers that will be refreshing additions to your child’s book collection.
"Are your emotions like mine?" by Chitin Mittal and Shruti Hemani introduce emotional literacy for children and paint a vivid picture of the emotional mindscape of a child.
My Sunday with Deedu and Daadu by Meena Raghunathan and Harini MS mixes photography and art with a simple tale that any young child would identify with and relate to- visiting grandparents. The story describes a day well-spent in the comfort of their home.
A treasury of books on festivals beckons us to discover the essence of the festive tales and their celebratory spirit of culture and traditions
A funny story combines with cheeky art to tell the tale of a homework work assignment done last-minute!
Letters can be fun, thoughtful and heart-warming especially in today’s times, as one can see from this delightful picture book, Letters to Krisha.
This delightful picture book merges rhyme and art as it takes us right into the heart of the mountain forests to witness the clock in the jungle.
Saahi’s Quest follows a little dragonfly as she discovers the world around her, the magic of creation and herself!
A gorgeously illustrated picture book by Maria Popova combines art, science and emotion to tell a fascinating tale dating back to creation.