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  • Rs. 150.00
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    Ismat the shoemaker decides to buy his family special gifts for Eid. He is persuaded by the shopkeeper to buy a pair of trousers for himself. However, there is only one last pair and it's too long. But long trousers can always be shortened, can't they? Eid arrives, and with it comes a shock and a surprise. This crisp adaptation of a delightful Turkish...

  • Rs. 150.00
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    The story is set against the background of the 1947 Partition. But friendship between children knows no barbed wire fencing: all children play games, enjoy ice-cream and feel the loss of friends. This book is about every child's right to friendship and a home. Based on memories of her father, animator Nina Sabnani first made this as a film for the Big...

  • Rs. 120.00
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    Kunzang is a strange child of nature, with hair as wild and red as the rhododendrons she lives among. People say that one look from her crimson eyes can make wishes come true. She rides untroubled on her graceful kiang through Sikkim's Yumthang valley. But then, along comes the powerful king, Bhu-pen, who sees the kiang and wants it... A lyrical story...

  • Rs. 115.00
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    Lai-Lai the baby elephant is curious and playful but, like all little children, stays close to his mother. The world of elephants is explored through stunning photographs by the award-winning wildlife filmmaker, drawing the child into the forest. The informative text has lovable elephant cartoons alongside. CBSE recommended

  • Rs. 135.00
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    A farmer shouts at the sun because it is too hot to work in the field. The sun gets upset, goes away and refuses to return. Finally, a rooster tricks the sun to shine again – every day from then on. This engaging tale is based on a folktale of the Ao tribe in Nagaland. The artist-animator's illustrations are luminous and dynamic, based on his animation...

  • Rs. 115.00
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    Gagan and Chikki the cat are playing, when they knock talkative Avneet Aunty's mobile phone out of her hand. It breaks. Oops! A story with elementary text, interesting sounds, and very wacky pictures. CBSE recommended

  • Rs. 85.00

    Little Appu wants to play on the seesaw. But who will sit on the other side? A grasshopper? Or a mouse? Or…? A simple approach to the concepts of light and heavy, up and down, aided by dynamic, lovable illustrations.

  • Rs. 95.00

    At one time, yaks had no home of their own. But Gola the yak wants a home — where he will have food to eat, water to drink, and be happy. His friend Muri the eagle takes him to the sea, the forest, the desert... The concept and the striking visuals introduce children to different landscapes. Along with it are words that go with each scene and add to...

  • Rs. 80.00

    Any time is time for cricket. Who wins? Who loses? Who cares? As long as the game goes on — anywhere, anyhow, and played by anyone. This little book of photographs, with just a line of text on each page, is a light tribute to the universal and unifying spirit of cricket. It is also a reminder that cricket is a game, games are played for fun, and everyone...

  • Rs. 95.00
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    Mud dolls, swing wheels, stick-ice, pulivesham – Meenu is so excited about the village fair! But she falls down and breaks her leg. Now how will she go? A simple storyline offers many moments of discovery as the child finds and recognises objects and words in the charming, mood-filled illustrations.

  • Rs. 75.00
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    Rani searches on the beach for a gift for her grandmother. Large photographs that look at little things and small illustrations that provide the bigger picture come together in this bilingual story.

  • Rs. 95.00

    Who says the city belongs only to people? Meet Moti the elephant, Phad Phad the pigeon, Banno the buffalo, and many other two- and four-legged creatures that also live in the city. Photographs and cheerful illustrations combine with easy text to give children a fresh perspective on everyday birds and animals.

  • Rs. 75.00
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    “Help! Help!” calls the big black ant when the little black ant falls into the water. But the only answers it gets are “crokk”, “isspiss”, “aaaanh”, “cheek”, “miyawwwwn” and ‘”woaw”. Who will save the baby? Unusual sounds add excitement to a familiar pattern in this folktale based story. The sometimes onomatopoeic, sometimes alliterative, sometimes...

  • Rs. 135.00
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    Shanmugam the gentle lion does three things in a day. He eats, he sleeps, and he snores — khorhrhrh..... phshhew..... khorhrhrh..... phshhew..... One day, a tawny, brawny, nasty new lion comes to take over the jungle. The animals are afraid. They go to their king, Shanmugam — but he is, of course, sleeping! The roary-snory second story in the ever popular...

  • Rs. 75.00
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    Roll it, pat it, poke in eyes, stick on nose and ears — and a ball of chapati dough can turn into almost anything! The endearing illustrations follow the quirks of a child's imagination. 2009: Outstanding International Book, United States Board for Books for Young People, USA CBSE recommended

  • Rs. 75.00
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    Thom! It lands on Kuttan’s toes. Dheem! He kicks and up it goes. The pages of this book resound with the rhythm of dance as Abu's big red ball bounces in tune with the delightful illustrations. CBSE recommended

  • Rs. 70.00
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    A little girl wants a story that never ends. Grandmother starts off a chain story typical of folktales the world over – an old man from Madikere comes to Bengaluru, the old man's wife, then her daughter, the daughter's doll, the doll's dog… And finally, in a clever twist, it fuses into another story and comes full circle – so it can never end! Bold,...

  • Rs. 135.00
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    This zippy zestful grand-ant has travelled the world, and how! This smart ‘travel quiz' comes in crisp, cheery verse that jogs the mind even as it swings the imagination. Clues come through words and pictures, taking children on a whirlwind journey from New Zealand to Japan, China, Nepal... But how does grand-ant travel?

  • Rs. 135.00

    Sameer lives in a house on Saraswati Street in a city called Mumbai, which is in Maharashtra, which is in India, which is in... A popular idea re-presented in a new and appealing way to show how everyone is a small part of this universe. Strong illustrations take children on a visual journey of expanding horizons, from Sameer's house to the star-filled...

  • Rs. 135.00
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    An ant's curiosity leads to adventure in this chain story of repetition and cumulative images. The illustrations within illustrations drawn in stark white on brown are adapted from the art of the Warli storytellers. The stories are illustrated in a flowing river-like fashion, capturing the pattern of the cumulative tale visually as well.

  • Rs. 150.00
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    Putul lives by the Ganga in a fishing village in Bengal. In the torrential monsoons one year, the mighty river swells over the banks and into the huts and two friendly dolphins come leaping in the water right through Putul's window. Worried that someone might kill them, Putul leads them back into the river. But the strong currents begin to sweep her away…...

  • Rs. 135.00
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    A curious crow comes across the palace of the rich and elegant king of birds, Pavo Cristatus the peacock. Soon after, Pavo has a visitor — a cousin, Cavo Pristatus, from Africa who looks like a peacock, but is not quite one. Who is he? This cheerful tongue-in cheek story with flamboyant pictures combines the themes of the weak outwitting the strong and...

  • Rs. 60.00

    Takdir is a tiger cub in who lives in the thick jungle of the Bandhavgarh National Park. One day, when his mother, Sita, is away and his sisters are asleep, Takdir decides to go off on his own. The story of what happens to him is told by Nanda, a wildlife photographer and filmmaker, and Latika, a wildlife biologist, who studied these tigers for over 10...

  • Rs. 75.00
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    Kalia, a poor cobbler, lives with his wife in Patna. He makes beautiful shoes with fine curling points. One day, tired of being poor, he seeks the help of a holy man who appoints him a ghost, Bhootram, who will earn Kalia a lot of money. The only problem is that Bhootram must always be kept busy – or he will eat them up! What will they do? The...