How does a baby hornbill overcome his fear?
When there is not a drop of water in the village, the people find a badwa to ask the gods to send rain. And what does he tell them to do? Go home and paint! Learn more about the pithora style of Bhil art.
A collection of short stories linked together by the twin themes of conflict and hope.
Will Bhootram, the ghost, succeed in straightening the dog’s curly tale?
Mostly all children can recall the excitement of going to the beach, digging their feet in the sand, finding shells and other flotsam jetsam. This bi-lingual book is a heart-warming story depicting the strong bond between a child and her grandmother.
Mostly all children can recall the excitement of going to the beach, splashing in the water, digging their feet in the sand, finding shells and other flotsam jetsam. In this bi-lingual book, Rani is visiting her grandmother in the city and is all excited about going to the seashore.
Synopsis: There's a new girl in class and our teacher has asked me to be her friend and show her around. But I'm not sure I want to - she's... not like the rest of us! A fascinating tale of friendship and fitting in, which tells its story through letters.
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It's a snake's life! Know more about the ups and downs of being a snake.
Set in the rural landscape of Andhra Pradesh, a story of love and sacrifice.
Nidhi, who hates grammar, especially idioms finds herself on the night of the blue moon, in Graria a world that functions on idioms! How she gets out of it is the basis of this qurky adventure.