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Kiran looks for his mother everywhere — in the kitchen, in the balcony and even in the unlikeliest of places! Charming watercolours make this one irresistible hide-and-seek story. 2018 : Best Of Indian Children's Writing : Contemporary
Vyasa enlists Ganesha's help to write down the massive Mahabharata epic — at a price. Delighful pictures enable a new generation to connect to an old story, differently.
When Paytu the pig goes for a sugarcane walk, she asks Anna and Akka to look after her babies. But the two elephant teenagers get busy in a game of coconut football...
A zippy parody of the movie world tells the story of how different birds look, well, different! Text and pictures combine realism with a dash of comedy to provide some filmy moments.
HURRY! LAST 5 COPIES! Brahma gives the caterpillar a huge appetite, so whose fault is it that he's hungry all the time? This amusing story of a creator's small big mistake has lively pictures that tell their own tale!
A crisp adaptation of a delightful Turkish tale about Ismat and his Eid purchases. The illustrations capture the humour and cultural resonances of the story. 2010: Vermont Red Clover Award, USA
HURRY! LAST 8 COPIES! A curious crow comes across the palace of the rich and elegant king of birds, Pavo Cristatus the peacock. This cheerful tongue-in cheek story with flamboyant pictures combines the themes of the weak outwitting the strong and shining in borrowed feathers.
Pranav is drawing a picture but his mother sees nothing on the page! The freewheeling narrative and illustrations are in tune with the spontaneous logic of a child's mind.
Big, burly Tarlochan is a champion wrestler, eager for some real challenge. The pictures for this robust folk fantasy from Punjab imbibe the spirit of its fun-loving feisty people. Phulkari, 'flower-work' embroidery typical of Punjab, adds richness to the illustrations.
This hilarious folktale from Gujarat follows miserly Bhikhubhai's desperate attempts to get himself a coconut — all free! Pictures in the book are based on the stylised painted paper scrolls used by Garoda storytellers in northern Gujarat.
Nazneen carefully cooks some fragrant marzwangan kurma for a special family dinner. But just when it is all ready, guests arrive. The illustrations use traditional Kashmiri embroidery motifs to provide ambience for the story.
"Come in for a haircut!You choose... We cut!" says the sign outside a hair cutting saloon, so a lion walks in to do just that. But where is everyone? And who are these other lions staring at him?
HURRY! LAST 18 COPIES LEFT! A hot summer day, an old man in dusty clothes who calls himself a maharaja, a little boy Munna who believes him, and a teashop full of people who don’t…
Lined up on a street are noisy motorbikes, honking cars, crowded buses, impatient autos... In their midst sits Maharani! At the heart of this funny little vignette is a cool-as-a-cucumber cow, an all too familiar character of an Indian streetscape. 2018: The Hindu Young World-Goodbooks Award – Best Picture Book – Illustrations 2018: Honor Book, South...
Everybody likes Adil Ali but nobody likes his shoes! They are old and worn, patched and sewn. So his friends decide to gift him a pair of shiny brown shoes for Eid. And then begins the problem – his old shoes won’t leave him!