Ashok Rajagopalan loves making people laugh and walking in the rain.
He has been illustrating books for children since 1989 when he drew for Chandamama's Junior Quest and writing them since 2007.
His Witchsnare, published by Penguin India, is India's first gamebook and his first published book.
Ashok believes that anybody can write or draw, if they really want to.
He lives with his family in Korattur, a quiet suburb of Chennai.
A humorous story in which the round, fat and happy people of Bondapalli are in danger. How will they get out of it?
Mr Mor Khan goes to the jungle to cast for his forthcoming movie and all the birds are a-flutter. what do they do to bag a role?
A slice of life tale about an encounter with a black panther.
A great book about bees and other creepy-crawlies.
Amma is surprised to see that the dosas she has made for Bapa disappear.
When Poocha, the cat drinks up all the rice soup she is in big trouble!
Thumb Thumb Thambi finds a lovely red flower but danger lurks within its petals
What happens when an elephant catches a cold? Read this humourour tale to find out.
A great book to read a loud to younger kids and fun for the older ones.
A reflection in a mirror although entertaining can seem sometimes seem too real for comfort at times.