We Are Different (English)

Author : Manjula Padmanabhan
Illustrator : Manjula Padmanabhan

There are many chickens, ants, pots and snails that are different. The verses say how many – but which, and how? Manjula Padmanabhan takes spotting odd ones out to the next merry level of stimulation and challenge, while remaining true to her pet theme of identity and plurality. The brilliantly rendered pictures and designs point to ways of perceiving similarity and difference through structure, detail and perspective. Children, and grown-ups, too, will have their cognitive skills excitingly teased.

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Age 6+
Specifications 24 pages; 8.25” x 11.5”; full colour; soft cover
Rights sold Simplified Chinese (Chinese Mainland excluding Hong Kong, Macao autonomous region and Taiwan province)
ISBN 978-93-5046-157-0
First Published 2013
Tags puzzles, spot the difference, identity, diversity, colours, numbers

Distinctly Indian

If your child loves games and puzzles, don’t even bother reading further, just buy the book! Manjula Padmanabhan has outdone herself with this picture/puzzle book. It’s incredibly skilful, with beautifully nuanced illustrations and stunning attention to detail... The colors and quality of the illustrations, like many Tulika publications, are utterly delightful, bringing a distinctly Indian aesthetic in motifs and style. Just in terms of artistic conception, We Are Different is really something, the painstaking effort taken evident on every page. Goodbooks.in

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We Are Different (English)

We Are Different (English)

There are many chickens, ants, pots and snails that are different. The verses say how many – but which, and how? Manjula Padmanabhan takes spotting odd ones out to the next merry level of stimulation and challenge, while remaining true to her pet theme of identity and plurality. The brilliantly rendered pictures and designs point to ways of perceiving similarity and difference through structure, detail and perspective. Children, and grown-ups, too, will have their cognitive skills excitingly teased.

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