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Not sure what to choose next for story-time? Here are our picks for 2019's Best Indian Children's Books
Xerxes wants to grow up to be like his grandfather who he calls Mamavaji. But his mother Sonji wants him to be like JRD Tata! What should Xerxes do?
A tale of creativity and innovation, The Clever Tailor is an imaginative retelling of a Jewish folk song.
When Jiya Met Urmila highlights socio-economic class inequality and prejudice, without making it the central plot.
The Tale of Babban Hajjam is set in the Kingdom of Rajatpur, where something strange is going on.…
Gently laced with reality, The Adventures of Tootsie Lama tackles heavy topics of loss and hardships with a lot of spunk.
Read our review of Ammuchi Puchi by Sharanya Manivanna & Nerina Canzi, published by Lantana. The book has been shortlisted for the Neev Book Awards, 2019.
The Itch to Stitch Sadiq Wants to Stitch is a story of a young boy who grows up…
I Need to Pee tackles issues like public toilets and toilet hygiene. An eye opening story that introduces children to good toilet etiquette.
Friendship duos are a much loved dynamic in children’s literature, especially the camaraderie between pairs having opposing personalities.…