There are many chickens, ants, pots, snails… that are different. The smart verse says how many — but which, and how? Spotting odd ones out goes to the next merry level where it's fun to find what's different.
Go on a 12-stop trip to monuments and wonders of the world with a lively family of six, to unravel this puzzle! Pictures capture the uniqueness of each site, and also make readers observe closely and think logically.
With chirpy rhymes and cheerful pictures, this puzzle book invites the reader to find similar and different creatures — a mostly easy, but sometimes challenging task! 2011: The White Ravens Outstanding International Book, International Youth Library, Germany
Endearing pictures and delightful details show Minnie looking for her little lost cat, Pooni, on a busy city street filled with people to talk to and things to look at!
A unique, multilingual puzzle book that invites readers to look at different shapes and find one that is different. With a pronunciation guide and answers. 2012: Outstanding International Book, United States Board on Books for Young People, USA 2012: Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, Children’s Book Council, USA
An alphabet symphony that doesn't play by any rules! From A to zany Z, the 26 letters freely frolic in nonsense verse along with Manjula Padmanabhan's witty and refined illustrations. Funny and perceptive at once, this book is an invitation to a joyous, liberating and intelligent exploration of the verbal-visual-musical power of the alphabet.
“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.