A spicy-sweet-crispy mix of stories about fooood! The Runaway Peppercorn, The Sweetest Mango and A Silly Story of Bondapalli come as a triple treat to tickle the taste buds of the fussiest kids, and get them to fill their bellies with laughter – and, of course, food!
The adorable elephant Gajapati Kulapati catches a cold, loves playing in the water and has – oops! – rumbly tummy troubles after eating too much… Just like all children! These laugh-out-loud stories with zesty sounds, rhythms and songs are a joy for all ages, all the way up!
A loving camel who won’t leave his master… A queenly cow… A teeny-tiny snail who has a big-big adventure… When Bholu Came Back, Maharani the Cow and Sunu-sunu Snail: Storm in the Garden are a fascinating close-up to the doings of animals big and small!
Told and retold, some stories never get old! Listen to three playful folktales from across India told all over again with wite, wisdom, a clever twist and cumulative fun - Eecha Poocha, The Neverending Story and Kolaba. Always and unfailingly entertaining.
Two that go miaooww and one with a big boww-woww! Meet three distinct four-legged personalities in three delightful stories that explore the fond, quirky relationships that cats and dogs have with us – Maoo and the Moustaches, Catch that Cat and Little Anbu.
A dense forest, a flooding river and a hot-hot sun… That’s where we go with Ekki Dokki, Putul and the Dolphins and The Rooster and the Sun. Three stories with flavour and atmosphere, as warm as grandma’s lap and told like she would have told them.
Friends in need are friends indeed! Taking care of and being there for friends – these are special in friendships, as all children know. And that’s what you see in these three very different kinds of stories – Appaka, Best Friends and The Pleasant Rakshasa.
An elephant with nail polish, an ostrich with a stammer, and a rooster whose kukurookoo goes off into a mooo? Hmmm… there’s something different about them, isn’t there? Yes! Ranganna, The Jungle Storytelling Festival and Rooster Raga show how accepting differences makes for a gentler, happier world.
Rhyme and rhythm are natural favourites of children. They also make for easy recall and playful language learning. Listen to the big adventure of a little polar bear in Malu Bhalu, have fun with street games in Gadagada Gudugudu, and get ready for a smart quiz in Busy Busy Grand-Ant – all in verse!
Friends aren’t always like each other, are they? But that’s what friendship is all about, isn’t it? Here are three pairs of friends in Shabana and the Baby Goat, Aana and Chena, and Tiji and Cheenu – all Best Friends Forever!