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Board books are best for babies, and babies love rhymes. The two come together in these easy to hold, tough to tear books. Some come with the flavours of favourite Indian rhymes adapted into English, some are original fun. Along with the bright, bold visuals designed to hold the attention of little ones – one-month-old to nursery-going – the lively rhythms make for a cheery interactive experience.
A wacky lot of numbers have the time of their life! This all-time favourite Punjabi rhyme has been adapted as a fun board book for toddlers who will love the bold, clear and colourful visuals as well.
Cheep-cheep, teep-teep, koo-koo, ghoo-ghoo... Colourful cut-out pictures and a world of sounds in this rhyme adapted from Gujarati makes this a must-have board book for tiny tots!
Who ate the dosas? Amma makes dosas but they keep disappearing! A story in which children have the last laugh! They will also experience the fun and excitement of making the pictures move. There are instructions on how they can do that at the end of the book. CBSE recommended
A big, round and colourful Haathi Bhai is on his way... Adapted from the lively Gujarati rhyme, this English version doesn't miss a beat! Bright details and elements will keep little eyes busy with this sturdy, strikingly different board book.