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!
Queen of Fire by the brilliant historian Devika Rangachari is the third in the ‘Queens’ series and unfolds the tale of the feisty, bold Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi. I was intrigued when I got it as unlike the other two queens Dida of Kashmir and Prithvi Mahadevi, who were lost in the pages of history, Rani of Jhansi was a rather well known queen. I wondered what else could I discover about her…
This book is a special treat for the youngest readers to be introduced to the rich world of Ruskin Bond. A delightful read as the master storyteller, the child in this book takes your little one on the rides on land, water and air. The illustrations by Samrat Halder add a beautiful layer allowing the child to visualise the characters, their dressing style and the modes of travel vividly and with ease.
Title: Just Like Papa Author: Nandita da Cunha Illustrated by Shreya Sen Type: Paperback Age Group: 6-9 years Of kids’ dreams & struggles and a brush with failure… Just like Papa, a beautiful picture book…Continue Reading