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A lyrical story from the windswept, rhododendron-filled Sikkimese landscape, about letting wild things be. Pictures capture the unrestrained beauty of nature.
A child's imagination transforms a sari into a train, a river, a swing... and many things magical. The unconventional pictures combine photographs and acrylics in dramatic, original ways. 2007: Outstanding International Book, United States Board for Books for Young People, USA (English)
Friendship knows no partition or barbed wire fencing, and all children feel the loss of friends. A moving reading experience with strong visuals using the art of appliqué work common to India and Pakistan.
An impassioned plea against callous fishing practices and human apathy that result in the death of thousands of olive ridleys on Indian beaches every year. With striking photographs.
A popular idea is re-presented in a new, appealing way to show how everyone is connected. The strong illustrations are a visual journey of expanding horizons, from house to universe.
Roll it, pat it, poke in eyes, stick on nose and ears — and a ball of chapati dough can turn into almost anything! 2009: Outstanding International Book, United States Board for Books for Young People, USA (English)
An ant's curiosity leads to adventure in this story of repetition and cumulative images, told like a flowing river. The illustrations are adapted from Warli art.
Pranav is drawing a picture but his mother sees nothing on the page! The freewheeling narrative and illustrations are in tune with the spontaneous logic of a child's mind.
Basava is collecting firewood in the forest when it grows dark and he can't find his way home. Who comes to his rescue? A gentle story with dramatic illustrations.
A fictional story of a boy caught in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami offers a way for children to come to terms with natural calamities. Warm photographs reinforce images of bonding. 2005: Ambitious Children’s Book Project, Berliner Kinder und Jugendbuchpreis, Germany (English)