Sheila Dhir

Sheila Dhir creates advertising campaigns, builds corporate identity, designs brochures, writes and illustrates children's books. Gandhi, a book in Braille for the National Association for the Blind, received the 1984 Public Relations Society Award. Her thesis while at the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, was 'Visual Aids and Materials for Children with Physical Disabilities'. Why Are You Afraid To Hold My Hand? deals sensitively with attitudes towards these children with special needs. Sheila spends time between the USA and India. She has also written the popular Little Fingers.

  • Rs. 175.00
    1 Review(s)

    Each finger has its own personality, and when ten little fingers come together, they make things happen. Playful verse draws children into a game of all that their busy fingers can do, while bright pictures imaginatively capture the energy of their busy, busy lives.

  • Rs. 95.00
    2 Review(s)

    Most people are confused about how to react to those with disabilities. Their questions, misconceptions, doubts and fears are answered here – simply and straight from the heart – by a child with cerebral palsy. Sheila Dhir's childlike line drawings are just as simple and powerful as the short verses. As a differently-abled child's dialogue with society,...