Sona a smart little girl finds her mother’s work very interesting. How she helped her mother? is the main story. Large pictures in this book with amazing illustration by Suvidha Mistry will surely keep the kids engaged with the book.
Be it celebrating Mother’s Day or reading a good book – for both of these I strongly feel you don’t need to do it on any specific day. Mothers need to be celebrated every day, every moment of our lives
Turtle Shelby encased in hard enamel from his toes to the chin, he believes that his shell is bringing him down. He goes on an adventure, narrowly escaping danger at every turn.
Baby Farm Animals is a wonderful classic that is a favorite all over the world. It’s more of a learning experience and has stunning illustrations.
The story is about Mother Kanga, who wants to make cookies, but finds that someone has eaten all the cookie dough!
The story revolves around all the animal noises Mr. Brown can make, encouraging readers/listeners to make them too! It’s a fun book where the reader does most of the work to keep the listener entertained and engaged.
This book is great for children just starting to learn letters and their sounds and the concept of colors. The book is easy to read and consists of a rhythmic pattern with Question prompts, intriguing the reader to flip the
Does dust have a story? If you don’t believe read this amazing part of a 5 book series.
This is the story of a naughty little girl Mala who loves creeping up from behind and scaring people.
What happens when a young boy gets trapped in a forest?