This is an exciting story of the adventures of knights and their followers in England ruled by King Richard, the Lion Heart. It is a dangerous time for the country because the noble king is away fighting enemies in a foreign land; while at home, his greedy dissatisfied brother is plotting to grab th..
For Ju, old is gold. Her mother brings her hand-me-downs from the homes in which she works and Ju welcomes them like new friends. She especially loves the well-used textbooks and the treasures sometimes hidden among their pages: pressed flowers, poems, even a dead butterfly...Then one day Ju discove..
Every night, Kukku wants his father to tell him his favourite story. It is about the giant Kumbhakarna who sleeps non-stop for six months — and Kukku falls asleep just as Kumbhakarna does. In Kukku's dream, everyone is trying everything to wake up the giant. Nothing works . . . A lively retelling of..
Words rollick and frolic in Kanna's head, yet he hardly speaks. One day, he is at the cave temples with his aunt's family when the lights go off. How will they find their way back through the maze of tunnels? Everyone is frightened, except Kanna. Light or no light, it makes no difference because he ..
David Balfour, a lad of seventeen, left home after the death of his parents. He carried with him a letter of introduction from his father to his uncle, Ebenezer Balfour, who turned out to be a mean and wicked man wishing to deprive his nephew his rightful share in the family property. He therefore g..
Zesty, childlike visuals that play with the shape of the tree combine with crisp text to make this little book imaginative and inspiring. The single line that runs through the book connecting words and pictures celebrate the tree in its myriad roles. The pongamia seeds that come with the book are a ..
After the much-admired Let's plant trees, comes its sequel Let's catch the rain. This time around, Vinod Lal Heera Eshwer chases and plays with big monsoon clouds! The message is simple; rainwater is free, pure and precious – let us save it. Visit www.catchtherain.org to watch a film on rainwater ha..
Little i hops out of the computer to play with her friends but they are too busy. Peeved, she decides to have her own fun – zapping letters and making them disappear. What follows is complete confusion! Suniti Namjoshi is always pushing readers, young and old, to think. In Little i she is back with..