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?
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.
Synopsis: Little Malathi wants to run after hens and chicks, and catch ripe yellow mangoes as they fall — but how can she, on a wheelchair? Moments and experiences from the remarkable life of disabled athlete Malathi Holla, with energetic illustrations full of warmth and cheer.
Thambi and his guide dog have a rollicking time with his friends regardless of the fact that he is visually impaired.
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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Magesh is no good with words. What will happen when he starts going to school?
Set in a school for children who are differently-abled, this funny, fast-paced adventure will keep you guessing till the very end..
A close look at the trauma a stammerer faces in school and elsewhere.