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When will it rain, Little Frog asks his mother. When black clouds appear in the sky, she replies. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday... every day Little Frog looks out for clouds. Bold strokes and bright colours highlight the drama of the sky.
Beboo, a baby sloth bear, lives in the jungle. But many other bears like him are caught by humans and made to dance on the streets for entertainment. Simple text, photographs and cartoons tell an important story.
Arresting black and white illustrations convey the author's own sense of wonder in this nearly wordless picture drama of two children who find themselves in a forest at night.
The sun is hurt when the farmer shouts at it, and goes away. Only a rooster's trick will bring it back. Luminous illustrations bring alive this folktale of the Ao people of Nagaland.
Meet animals that live in the city in this easy-to-read book illustrated with photographs and caricatures. Children get a fresh perspective on familiar birds and animals.
Help! cries the ant when its little one falls into the water. Crokk! Isspiss! Aaaanh! Cheek! Miyawwwwn! Woaw! come the responses in this folktale that plays with sound.
Little Lai-Lai is curious but stays close to his mother. The world of wild elephants is explored through stunning photographs and informative text, with lovable elephant cartoons.
Rani looks on the beach for a gift for her grandmother. Large photographs that look at little things and small illustrations that provide the bigger picture come together in this story.
A joyful tribute to multilingualism that says Mother and Father in 18 different languages — from Japanese to Kikuyu, Spanish to Finnish, Tulu to Tagalog... Illustrations capture the multi-ethnic, multicultural spirit with sensitivity and skill.
Irfan writes a story on the sand. So do Shaan, Thanh, Wang and many other children. These are washed away by waves, churned in the oceans and left on other sands, where other children listen to them…
A unique and richly illustrated book of 54 children's rhymes in 18 Indian languages. With a lively, recitable English version, along with the original language and transliterations.
The quiet villages of Sundarban are terrorised by a monster — Dokkhin Rai! Until finally, Bon Bibi, protector of the forests, asks him a simple question: Why do you do this?