Rhyme and rhythm appeal naturally to children and make language fun. Translations echo the original while retaining the integrity and cadence of individual languages.

  • Rs. 165.00
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    It lets you feel and find, climb and plunge, sail and savour and soar… all from your favourite spot. What can it be? Find out in the visually engaging, whimsical pages of this magical book!

  • Rs. 150.00
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    A boy finds a little seed and plants it. What will grow out of it, he wonders — a tree, a butterfly, a mountain? Manjari Chakravarti’s evocative pictures soar with the child’s imagination, capturing the hope and anticipation and the small dose of reality! 2019: Jarul Book Award (shortlisted)

  • Rs. 175.00
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    “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. A breathtaking ‘nature facts’ book, in which striking visuals and punny verse...

  • Rs. 345.00
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    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.

  • Rs. 185.00

    Paploo is a curious little fellow, full of questions and not afraid of asking – why this, why that, why not, why now. And that's how children should be, says the author, full of questions and free to come to their own conclusions. Pictures and words in verse are delightfully stood on their heads in this story that amuses even as it sets the reader...

  • Rs. 445.00
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    Welcome to a world of elephants, buffaloes, crows, cockroaches and hatttima tim tims. Listen to the birds call kau kau and kukre kuk. Watch pom pom motor cars and chuk chuk trains go by. Play in the rain falling chham chham chham, and dance thai thaka thaka. It is a chemma chekka world of dam padam pappadams and kahbdak khabdak rocking horses and lots...

  • Rs. 175.00
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    Each finger has its own personality, and when ten little fingers come together, they make things happen. Playful verse draws children into a game of all that their busy fingers can do, while bright pictures imaginatively capture the energy of their busy, busy lives.

  • 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. 185.00
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    Sometimes a circle, sometimes a slice and soon not there at all... This picture book in easy verse urges a child to look out of the window each night to watch the 'moon show' in the sky – its waxing and waning. Echoing the text, the illustrations are deliberately childlike and capture the grand sweep of the night sky.

  • Rs. 125.00

    Playful little Malu is in trouble! The adorable little polar bear growing up in the North Pole can’t resist running off to “where the sunbeams danced”. And then what happens? As the tale unfolds through her adventures, the lilting cadence of the writing draws another, larger, picture — about girls, what they can do too. Enchanting illustrations evoke the...

  • Rs. 95.00
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    Most people are confused about how to react to those with disabilities. Their questions, misconceptions, doubts and fears are answered here – simply and straight from the heart – by a child with cerebral palsy. Sheila Dhir's childlike line drawings are just as simple and powerful as the short verses. As a differently-abled child's dialogue with society,...

  • Rs. 195.00

    When she sets her plastic bottle boat to bob from stream to sea, Ammu doesn’t know what danger she has set adrift – that it might end up in the belly of a whale. The light verse that follows the journey of the bottle boat evokes the casual carelessness with which we destroy the natural world, while illustrations underline that horror with a clever spin on...

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