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”.
From a very young age, Roshan had a different relationship with music. She could feel music in every sound that she heard. The story is about her love for music and her journey to win over her Baba to teach her music.
In this book, a mother takes her children to the Taj Mahal to soak in the beauty and grandeur of one of the seven wonders of the world. This book gives the vast history of the Taj
Mahal to children in a story that pulls them into the rich history and heritage of India.
The story is about a little girl, Inni, whose parents take her to a dog adoption centre to adopt one pup. Inni wants to take all the dogs home but they do not have room for so many dogs at home so she has to choose one.
One day, in an unexpected turn of events, Sharadha gets lost and ends up in the city of Mahodayapuram where she finds a young girl of her age named Ruthie. While Sharadha felt excited to get to know the city life walking in the streets of Mahodayapuram, a crisis baffles her. The Chola Empire wages war all of a sudden.
This excellent book by Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu is a definite pick for bedtime reading. The adventure of Inni and Bobo is about an entire day from morning to bedtime.