The Big Wide Mouthed Frog
Ella The Little Ladybug with a Big Heart
It's Potty Time
Charlie and Lola This is Actually My Party
Fox Walked Alone
Don't Wake the Bear, Hare!
Shark In the Park
Never Shake a Rattlesnake
Stan and Mabel
Open Very Carefully
Get Busy This Christmas
The Not So Scary Snorklum
Picture the World of Working Trucks
Pranav loves to paint pictures — of flowers, cars and mountains in red, blue, green and yellow.But now his book is full! As this ‘artist-in-residence’ searches for his canvas, quirky illustrationsbring to life a favourite childhood pastime!
Sometimes a circle, sometimes a slice and soon not there at all . . . This picture book in simple verse urges a child to look out of the window each night to watch the 'moon show' in the sky — its waxing and waning. Echoing the text, the illustrations are deliberately childlike and capture the grand sweep of the night sky.
“My dear, it’s time for bed,” says Ma. But “Can a frog stand on its head?” wonders her little girl. Lost in a world where she must learn to fly with birds in the sky, snuggle a whale, kiss the kangaroo… she has so much to do! Sleep? Not yet!
Inspired by the endangered Asiatic lion found in the Gir forest, Gujarat, this book follows the playful adventures of three curious lion cubs while their mother is away. Minimal text and lively illustrations with an edge of drama skillfully introduce young readers to the fact that those we see as predators can be under threat themselves.
What did Kabir find and where did it go? Will he find it again? The simple text is accompanied by graphic pictures lending an interactive dimension to this lost-and-found story. Pictures match clues in the text offering many everyday objects for children to identify as they wander with Kabir through the pages.
Sometimes, ‘lots and lots and lots of rain’ is frightening — when water comes into homes and washes everything away. Big Rain was written when the author tried to explain to her three-year-old how the devastating floods in Kerala had affected family and friends and so many, many others. It talks to children through very simple text and evocative visuals,...