Set in Hyderabad, the story revolves around the rivalry between two sweet shop owners, and the beautiful friendship that develops between the young children from the shops when they bond over panjiri, khubani ka meetha and swatting flies like ninjas
Meet Neil’s current favourite thirty books for 4-7 year olds.
The story is about Little Kartik, who feels his brother and father have special powers but he is the only one in the family who is not special. So he goes to Brahmalok, first to Nandi the bull and then to Brahma, to find out if he’s special.
By introducing new words, and associating the akshars with foods, a dry, academic language has suddenly become the coolest language in our house!
Its diversity makes India home to some extremely cool facts, which have been brilliantly explained by Sonia Mehta in her book 101 Awesome Facts about India.
Service with Guru Nanak, is one of the most beautiful books there can be to introduce your child to spirituality. The book talks about two main things, first that God is in everyone and everything, meaning you must love and respect everyone, and second, that because God is everywhere, you can serve God by serving / helping others.