Pranav's Picture (English)

Author : Nandini Nayar
Illustrator : Vishwajyoti Ghosh

Pranav says he is drawing a picture. But his mother sees nothing on the page! What is Pranav drawing? The narrative and freewheeling illustrations follow the simple, spontaneous logic of a child's mind. 

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Age 3+
Specifications 20 pages; 7” x 9.5”; full colour; soft cover
Rights sold English (Pakistan, Malaysia and Singapore), Tamil and Malay (Malaysia and Singapore)
ISBN 978-81-8146-148-3
First Published 2005
Tags childhood, imagination, humour, drawing

A valuable lesson

Within six pages, that takes less than 30 seconds for an adult to thumb through, Pranav has managed to imagine a giraffe about to eat grass, but really didn’t because a horse ate all the giraffe’s grass, leaving the giraffe in tears. Meanwhile a boy mounts the horse and gallops to his house, a house with A-line roof, one door and two windows to be specific, gets in to bed and goes to sleep, which is depicted by the blue line.Saffrontree.org

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Pranav's Picture (English)

Pranav's Picture (English)

Pranav says he is drawing a picture. But his mother sees nothing on the page! What is Pranav drawing? The narrative and freewheeling illustrations follow the simple, spontaneous logic of a child's mind. 

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