The holiday season is full of hustle for moms with kids at home saying “Momma I am bored”. Remember those magical tales you grew up reading? Pass along the same memories to your junior by sharing these popular children’s books
Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. Every state in India celebrates and calls the festival of lights in a unique way. We are sure that this year everyone would have had a great time
Whoa! The Halloween month has come with some spooky but double the fun themes this year. From the candies to the costumes, Halloween is a fun-filled festival, especially for kids. So enhance the Halloween spirit in your kids with some
“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” – Walt Disney. Agree?
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.
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.
Blue Hat, Green Hat tells the story of a particularly silly exchange of wardrobes between an elephant, a bear, a moose and a misguided turkey.
Boskys Panchatantra is a combination of some of the well-known stories from the very famous Panchatantra collection of tales.
A good book to tell kids the importance of helping each other through a story format. An owl named Oliviya says no to all who ask help from him but what happens when he is in need of help from
Little Miss Curious finds the biggest footprint she has ever seen. In her hunt to find the dinosaurs whom she meets falls the remaining story. This book is printed with a larger format with funny and exciting pranks.