A two in one omnibus of Mukerji's classic novels about the wonders and beauty of growing up in Pre-Independence India
A humorous story that brings to the fore how irrational our fears can be.
A coming-of-age book which packs within itself rich themes of disability and empowerment, and denial and acceptance.
Tsering invites his friends to partake of his favourite dish, Thupka. But when the power goes can his grandmother feed them all?
Manya starts stammering when she is nervous. Will she be able to take part in her school play?
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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The Gonds have to leave their village because a mining company is planning to acquire their sacred hill. Can Korok manage to fight the system to save their land?
It's Diwali and everyone is happy, but Lucky, a little puppy who is scared with the sound of all the loud 'patakas' sounds.
'Bala meets another book-asura, Koobandhee, in a rollicking adventure of belonging and friendship and "sibling revelry"'
Another one in the series of the famous, hilariously clumsy, yet, very lovable Butterfingers.