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Rhyme and rhythm appeal naturally to children and make language fun. Translations echo the original while retaining the integrity and cadence of individual languages.
“Tell me please: What is The Night?” asks a little girl of the earthworm, the owl, the firefly… Glowing out from the pages, their answers merge into a tapestry of the more mysterious sides of night-time and the curious habits of creatures that come to life in darkness. 2021 Jarul Book Award (shortlisted)
The drums beat in a swirly whirl of rhythms and rhymes for little ones — a colourful kaleidoscope of originals from well known writers, familiar favourites from the Oluguti Toluguti collection, sounds and resonances from a world familiar to children.
A unique and richly illustrated book of 54 children's rhymes in 18 Indian languages. With a lively, recitable English version, along with the original language and transliterations.
When ten little fingers come together, they make many things happen. In playful verse, with bright uncluttered visuals, this story draws children into a game of all that their busy fingers can do.
A cheery travel quiz to jog the mind and swing the imagination. Grand-Ant's journey is recorded in pictures that are a mix of childlike drawings and sophisticated art.
This book offers straight-from-the-heart answers to common doubts and misconceptions about disability. The childlike drawings are as simple and powerful as the short poems.
Ammu and her friends haven’t heard That bags get stuck in the guts of birds... So when she leaves her plastic bottle boat to bob its way from stream to sea, Ammu has no idea what dangers she has set adrift. She doesn’t know that her boat might end up in the belly of a whale. Or that there’s a fish or seal about to eat its very last meal of a plastic cap...