What starts as a simple day picnic and exploration suddenly turns into a time travel adventure into Indian History when Elfu’s exploration of some ancient cave painting starts off a strange History app download.
As a person who loves mythology, this book was a complete treat in its exhaustive coverage.
Covid took away this gem of an author from us, but thanks to Talking Cub we have one last treasure to keep. History is brilliant when it connects the dots and tells us how far we have come and how much or how little some things have changed.
The first in a three-part series featuring creatures and monsters from folktales and legends from around the world.
This book is written as a self help book for students to achieve academic success.
The mantras are revealed as part of a wonderful teacher’s attempt to guide one of her students who is not living up to his potential.
Little Bumoni lives across the river from the Kaziranga National Park. Her backyard is bursting with banana trees. But one day, a herd of wild elephants barge in from the forest, eat all the bananas and trample the plants!