Soumya Menon

Soumya Menon calls herself a bookworm who loves to write and doodle. She devoured Tulika books as a child, studied animation film design at NID Ahmedabad, and enjoys working with children.

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    There’s once again a buzz in Birdywood – it is time for the great Games! Birds that fly and those that don’t are coming in from all over the world. Who flies fastest? Who dives deepest? While the best are tested, the rest have loads of fun! Amid much ruffling of feathers, tweeting and chirping, old records are smashed and new champions emerge, crowned by...

  • Rs. 135.00

    After a school trip to the zoo, Amma is surprised that Meera has seen no animals – not a monkey, a lion, or even a giraffe... But why did Meera see no animals there? Her lively mother forgets to ask! Zestful pictures capture the hilarious inversion of role play.

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    Across the room, over a table, under a chair… Anita follows a long line of ants. Where do they take her? Zestful pictures capture the curiosity of a lively little girl and introduce young readers to some simple, everyday vocabulary.

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    Drip, drip, drip! It's raining… What happens when seven animals have to share one small umbrella? Cheery pictures liven up this old folktale about sharing, retold with a twist.

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    A one-of-a-kind book about Indian dinosaurs! Combining fact and fiction, it shows that dinosaurs didn't roam only in other, faraway places. They were very much part of the Indian landscape, millions of years ago. Join Sankar and Sandhya on their adventure as they find out about Indosuchus matleyi, Indosuchus raptorius, Rajasaurus narmadiensis and much...

  • Rs. 250.00
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    The story of a sensitive and talented girl who grows up to be one of India's foremost painters. It reads like a diary, and in fact includes actual lines from her childhood diaries. The seemingly random musings come together like deft strokes to sketch an intimate picture of her early years. Also featured are paintings she did when she was young and...

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    What happens when Valsa helps her Aunty Prima restore an old Ravi Varma painting? She finds out all about the artist and makes a friend from his paintings.

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    When M.F. Husain loses his shoes, Jai offers to help find them. The two zoom in and out of his paintings, passing milestones in the artist's life

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    Biswajit unwittingly discovers Jamini Roy's unique style of painting as he is drawn into a mystery to do with forging original works.

  • Rs. 325.00
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    Cheep-cheep, teep-teep, koo-koo, ghoo-ghoo... Colourful cut-out pictures and a world of sounds in this rhyme adapted from Gujarati makes this a must-have board book for tiny tots!

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    When Advaita leaves Delhi for boarding school in Dehradun, she is lonely and unhappy. Then one day she hears that Ruskin Bond, whose books she devours, stays less than an hour away. Could it be true that the famous author is a real, living person, breathing the same Uttarakhand air as herself? Could she too become a writer? Unfolding with the pace of...

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    There are strange stories about the big forest at the edge of Arun’s house, and he has been told never to go there. But of course he MUST! So he slips away one day. It is like another world there, strange and beautiful. All is well until he breaks a “rule”… and has to face the fierce King Yaksha, spirit guardian of the forest, who gives him a very unusual...

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    A gang of robbers is cutting and stealing sandalwood trees from the forest near Arun’s house. Worse, the guardian of the forest, fierce King Yaksha, seems to have lost his powers and can’t stop them. Something must be done… and quickly. A thrilling sequel to The Forbidden Forest that sees young Arun come to the rescue with a smart plan!

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    A crocodile with no teeth?! Poor Grinder N Grater is old and has lost all his teeth. And he is sick of being laughed at by the other animals. And tired of being hungry. His little bird-friend Cheenchi Chiriya tries many replacements. But thorns are too sharp, pebbles are too smooth, and dinosaur teeth are too big or too small. And then she has an idea...