A gorgeously illustrated picture book by Maria Popova combines art, science and emotion to tell a fascinating tale dating back to creation.
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.
There are some children’s books you just can’t grow out of. Cherish these timeless picture books for years to come!
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!
The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Playing Cricket by Natasha Sharma is a step-by-step (cheeky!!!) pictorial guide to initiate the uninitiated to the sport called cricket.
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.
Looks like the wheels are turning! Neel on Wheels, a picture book by Lavanya Karthik looks at a physical difference with an empowering lens.
Here is a picture book that just won’t let you sit still. Get into the groove with Something’s Moving!
How does a mother handle a situation when her son wants to pursue an activity traditionally done only by women in the community? Sadiq wants to stitch is a heart-warming tale that shows how gender norms can be broken…
Shalini Bajaj from Enchantico outlines the books young kids must not miss reading this month....