As little Padma reads a book her imagination knows no bounds.
An eternally favourite poem penned by Sarojini Naidu, who is lovingly referred to as The Nightingale of India
Panna falls asleep on the sea-shore and is is swept into a magical underworld world of the Fish King and Queen.
Paplu, the giant unlike the others in his family, loves to help others.
The clever crow chances upon the peacock's palace and wants to enter it - by hook or by crook.
A baby crocodile would not open its mouth, along comes grandmother and baby is going pchak! pchak!
Petu Pumpkin Tiffin Thief is on the rampage. Can the Awesome Foursome put a stop to his ravenous ways?
How ‘fart’ can an adventure go? Clearly, very ‘fart’, indeed as you can see based on these three stories the authors had heard from their grandparents,
A biographical book about Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and the freedom movement of independent India.
This book is an attempt by a mum to start a conversation with her little one about gender stereotypes