Kavita Singh Kale

Kavita Singh Kale, an animation film designer from NID, Ahmedabad, is a director of Underground Worm animation studio. She also produces public service announcements, commercials and short films. Her imagination and perspective as a filmmaker reflect in her illustrations for children's books.

  • Rs. 175.00
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    Dhum Dhum Dhum… dhup dhup dhup… Dungi dances to a dhinchak beat in this foot-tapping story that will make young readers move and groove, clap and tap! Big sheep, small sheep, bored sheep, happy sheep… eye-catching visuals bring to life the dance and drama in a woolly world. 2018: Best of Indian Children's Writing: Contemporary

  • Rs. 175.00
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    Ari may be shy, but he knows he will make a wonderful lion in the class play. But he is neither noticed nor chosen. Then, suddenly in his room a roaring, growling, prowling creature comes to life! The flat illustrative style with its strong kitschy palette gets away from usual depictions of the ‘soft, sensitive' child, and captures the energy and fun of...

  • Rs. 150.00
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    An elephant with nail polish? Ranganna is captivated by the brightly coloured nails of his friends and wants to paint his toes too – all 18 of them! Illustrations that are a riot of colour zestfully capture the happy spirit of Ranganna.

  • Rs. 200.00
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    A young monk who likes playing football, a professor who has been studying earthworms for 40 years, a designer with a passion for tap dancing… As the title suggests, this book was inspired by the virtual phenomenon of social networking. Kavita's imaginative take on it combines her love for travel with an uplifting offbeat perspective, colourfully mapping...

  • Rs. 120.00
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    With great imagination, Brahma the creator has fashioned all things on earth, even the greedy caterpillar. One day, however, it chomps its way through his colourful garden and Brahma gets very angry. But then, it was Brahma himself who gave the caterpillar its huge hunger, wasn’t it? So what was the caterpillar to do? And now, what will Brahma do? An...

  • Rs. 135.00
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    A curious crow comes across the palace of the rich and elegant king of birds, Pavo Cristatus the peacock. Soon after, Pavo has a visitor — a cousin, Cavo Pristatus, from Africa who looks like a peacock, but is not quite one. Who is he? This cheerful tongue-in cheek story with flamboyant pictures combines the themes of the weak outwitting the strong and...

  • Rs. 100.00

    The raja loves jalebis. He even dreams of them. Then the dream becomes a nightmare! The brief text of this mad little book is dramatically set off by illustrations that play with curls and colours.

  • Rs. 115.00
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    Gagan and Chikki the cat are playing, when they knock talkative Avneet Aunty's mobile phone out of her hand. It breaks. Oops! A story with elementary text, interesting sounds, and very wacky pictures.