Subir Shukla

Subir Shukla first learnt about stories while living and working in a tribal village in central India. He was later with the National Centre for Children's Literature and now works on quality improvement of primary education. Many of the stories he has written were shared with children before taking final shape. Apart from writing The Boy who loved Colour and Radha finds the Circle, both imaginatively wild and evocative, he has translated some of Tulika's titles into Hindi. Recently, he has contributed to Read Aloud Stories.

  • Rs. 95.00
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    Radha draws a circle – but it keeps running away! This is a book that draws beginner readers into the imaginative play of a child's mind. The pictures are enticingly wild and evocative and children will love looking for the circle in the pictures.

  • Rs. 120.00
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    A small boy loves colour. So he paints his hair green and his legs blue. Then he picks up his brush again and…? A simple bilingual book for beginner readers, with repetition for easy language learning. The dramatic illustrations draw children into an imaginative and inspiring world of colour.