Bold, colourful illustrations inspired by Japanese Kamishibai story cards enhance the telling of this Korean tale about a tiger that tries to take advantage of two children.
When Paytu the pig goes for a sugarcane walk, she asks Anna and Akka to look after her babies. But the two elephant teenagers get busy in a game of coconut football...
Inspired by an Australian Aboriginal tale and adapting their folk art, this is a story about what happens when birds, animals and fishes compete about who should rule the world.
Brahma gives the caterpillar a huge appetite, so whose fault is it that he's hungry all the time? This amusing story of a creator's small big mistake has lively pictures that tell their own tale!
A crisp adaptation of a delightful Turkish tale about Ismat and his Eid purchases. The illustrations capture the humour and cultural resonances of the story. 2010: Vermont Red Clover Award, 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.
A lyrical story from the windswept, rhododendron-filled Sikkimese landscape, about letting wild things be. Pictures capture the unrestrained beauty of nature.
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)
Bumoni’s big backyard, just outside the Kaziranga National Park, is bursting with banana trees. But one night, a herd of wild elephants crosses the river, discovers the trees, and gorges on them… What will Bumoni’s family do now?