After all the animals have been sent to the centre, Shyam realises that one tortoise has been left behind! His Thatha tells him to look after it, while he goes to inform the animal centre. But, the tortoise, who Shyam names Passepartout, disappears!
Lavanya Karthik has beautifully captured the life of young Protul. His desire to learn the tricks was so strong that he managed to impress the then greatest magician of Bengal – Ganapati Chakraborty to be his mentor and teacher. And under his expert guidance, Protul became P.C. Sorcar who took Indian magic to great heights.
One day the queen falls in water, causing a big splash. When queen’s eyes met a frightened fish, her insecurities took over and she threatened the fish to keep her secret. But we all know what happens with secrets…
The book helps us celebrate not just our own individuality but also helps us recognize the many types of diversity around us, which include cultural, functional, geographical, linguistic, family, religion and gender.
Every child needs a book that tells them to embrace their limited-edition features. Mamta Nainy has again won our hearts by celebrating individuality in “That Big-Voiced Girl”, a picture book for children to discover “How USHA UTHUP rocked her unusual voice”.
Sonia Mehta’s The Always Happy Book series published by Wonder House Books is creating a lot of buzz in our kbc community.
Will 11yo Maymo ever get to tell a story? To unveil the mystery, welcome to the kingdom of Songarh where telling stories is banned.
Proud to announce that Kids Book Café is now a community and affiliate partner of PARRAGON BOOKS and our plan is to make every single day feel like Christmas! Meet your favourite Disney, Marvel, Barbie, Fisher-Price, Nickelodeon books plus all the new releases from Parragon Books!!
Wonder House has always been a household name and a friend to all babies and toddlers. We now bring you their latest releases for early readers.
With physical school re-starting soon, many of us are wondering how to best prepare our children for what lies ahead. Thankfully, there are many lovely books that can help us make this transition easier, which we plan on reading in the next month.
If you have a baby or toddler who is ridiculously good at ripping apart books or mouthing them, these tips might help!!!
This book is a beautiful collection of 30 mythological stories, involving animal characters from our Indian mythology. The book is divided into two parts. The first one is Deities and Demons and the other one is Friends and Foes.
Starting from the ancient civilizations that flourished in India thousands of years ago, the author takes the reader on a journey through the various dynasties, empires, and movements that shaped India into the diverse and vibrant country it is today.
The stories of Taniya the dog, transport us through the tea gardens and rice fields of a quaint little town nestled at the foot of the Bhutan hills in Assam.
In the book, an old gardener, called Nanaji by the kids of the boarding school where he maintains the garden, narrates Holi stories to the kids.