I had not introduced states or Indian cities to my 5 yr old, and I’m glad that this is his first introduction to them. Orange like the Nagpur Mandarins, Brown like the Coffee Beans of Coorg. We were most excited to find that the book also had a reference to Neil’s grandparents’ city – Chandigarh! Grey like the Hornbills of Chandigarh’s Sukhna Lake!
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!
Very often we get queries regarding Indian language books as well as Bilingual Books and our members all recommend Tulika’s amazing books!
This book ‘Hey, that’s an A!’ by Jerry Pinto became a fun thing for us. And why not?! Why don’t you try to put your hands up and make an A. Or why don’t you try and stand tall as “Y”. Totally totally amazing book with illustrations by Sayan Mukherjee that makes it fun while learning.
In this book, Kayu’s mother is worried about Kayu who only seems obsessed with circles. Kayu also finds it difficult to connect with others. But it all comes together for Kayu when his love of circles overlaps his friends’ love for cricket.
*Part of Children’s Bookshelf on Amazon Book: Boodabim Author & Illustrator: Alankrita Jain Type: Paperback Ages: 2-5 years Languages: English, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Kannada, Telugu, Gujarati, Tamil, Malayalam. What readers like about this book: Picture books…Continue Reading