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Ammachi's Glasses (Wordless)

Author : Priya Kuriyan
Illustrator : Priya Kuriyan

Ammachi can’t find her glasses one morning and everything goes topsy-turvy! Page after page spills with drama, humour, detail and local flavour as Priya Kuriyan spins a hilarious tale about a crazy day with unforgettable Ammachi.

Cup and Blue star.jpg2017: Nominated for the Publishing Next Award for Children's Book of the Year

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Age 0+
Specifications 28 pages; 8.5” x 9.5”; full colour; soft cover
ISBN 978-93-5046-908-8
First Published 2017

Ammachi can’t find her glasses one morning and everything goes topsy-turvy!

Page after page spills with drama, humour, detail and local flavour as Priya Kuriyan spins a hilarious tale about a crazy day with unforgettable Ammachi — “the archetypal grandmother from memories of my own childhood in Kerala,” as Priya says. The celebrated illustrator is at her best in this her first wordless picture book.

Furthering a child's visual literacy

Priya Kuriyan's Ammachi's Glasses deserves to be a part of every school and home library. Set in Kerala, it is the story of an old woman who cannot find her glasses and the series of mishaps that occur as a result. Wordless books - we wish there were more of them - are excellent for furthering a child's visual literacy and in that regard, this is the perfect choice. @lightroombookstore

Hilarious, action-packed

A hilarious, action-packed picture book about Ammachi’s day without her glasses. Without using any words at all, Priya Kuriyan tells a splendid story. Goodbooks.in

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Ammachi's Glasses (Wordless)

Ammachi's Glasses (Wordless)

Ammachi can’t find her glasses one morning and everything goes topsy-turvy! Page after page spills with drama, humour, detail and local flavour as Priya Kuriyan spins a hilarious tale about a crazy day with unforgettable Ammachi.

Cup and Blue star.jpg2017: Nominated for the Publishing Next Award for Children's Book of the Year

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