Reading pictures is the first step towards reading words, and it’s never too early to start. No text also means that these books can be ‘read’ by children of all ages, and have as many stories hidden in them as the imagination can find!
Oh-oh! Ammama’s sari has a hole in it! So she gets down to some snipping and stitching. And the sari becomes a pretty curtain, a snug baby-sling, a perfect plaything for the cat . . . 2020 Neev Book Award - Best Picture Book (shortlisted)
Ammachi can’t find her glasses one morning and everything goes topsy-turvy! Page after page spills with drama, humour, detail and local flavour as Priya Kuriyan spins a hilarious tale about a crazy day with unforgettable Ammachi. 2017: Nominated for the Publishing Next Award for Children's Book of the Year
Something's fluttering around! It settles on a shoulder here, on a nose there… Where did it come from? And where is it going? Lively illustrations with a vivid pop of colour put you on the trail of a story that needs no words.
Young children like to start a book where it opens — and with this set they can do just that! Cyclical in physical as well as narrative structure, these loopy stories can go on and on and on. Handy-sized, brightly illustrated and endlessly entertaining.