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Aankh Khuli aur Sapna Gir Gaya

Mother and daughter, a relationship that is full of colours. It is so deep that sometimes mommy and her little girl meet each other in dreams. With this picture story dive into the inter-mingling dreamworld of a mommy and her little girl. The book is written by Shashi Sablok.

Uma Devi Ketha’s realistic illustrations bring life to the characters.  Even the fishes and the water seem to have a character. Very few illustrators can create such playful talkative characters that can engage you in a conversation. You will have to see it to believe.

Anokha Isthapati/ The Master Builder

This inspiring tale of an architect with a strong urge to create is written and illustrated by Nachiket Patwardhan. The urgency to create is the strongest kind of urge a human being can experience. This book celebrates this urge through an architect whose spirit could not be crushed by punishment to create something bigger and better. You would have to read it to understand it.

Babies In My Heart

Babies fill our world with energy and love. Don’t they. Babies come into all kinds of families and warm everyone’s heart. It is a fun story by Paro Anand for the young readers.

Rajiv Eipe’s illustrations with the story enrich the story. You would like the use of colours and characters.

Bakri ke Saath

This is an illustrated poem made into a book. The poem is written by Shyam Sushil and illustrated by Bhargav Kulkarni.


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Bees Kachauri Poori Tees

Well known writer Sriprasad ji’s classic poems are put together in this colourful book. Rich in humour and rhyme, these poems will become your’s child’s favourite rhymes. A must have in your child’s library!

Proiti Roy’s colourful illustrations make this book even more enjoyable.

Bhai Tu Aisi Kavita Kyun Karta Hai

A collection of short poems by Sushil Shukla would surprise you with its simplicity. Things we see and live with everyday, quickly become a part of you so much so that they would help you see a poet hiding within you. If these poems do that to you, don’t forget to send us a few samples!

Vandana Bisht’s illustrations have a character of its own and a story to tell. When you look at them you begin to imagine what the bird must be saying, so expressive is each character! These individual artworks make you wonder about the use of colour and space. An appreciation for art comes naturally to you as you savour these artworks.

Bhooton ki Baarat

A folktale from Uttarakhand about a man who married a beautiful ghost. Their life is as happy as anyone’s married life can be. Until one day, when she speaks…
What do you think would have happened?

Retold and illustrated by Barkha Lohiya, you will find its illustrations equally intriguing. They are realistic drawings with such a beautiful use of the colours blue and black.
I think one would particularly love the spread ‘bhooton ki baarat’.

Biksu

A boy of 12 years, Biksu, leaves his home, his family and his village behind to join a missionary boarding school. So, begins a colourful journey until…he is gone.

Based on a real life story, Biksu’s diary takes us into the inner world of a teenage boy.

Beautifully illustrated by Rajkumari in Madhubani, and scripted in Chhota Nagpuri by Varun Grover, is a book curated for readers older than 12 years of age.

 

Appeared in Parag Honor List 2020

 

 

Billi ke Raat-din

Padma Vibhushan awarded, K.G. Subramanyan is an artist par excellence and a modern story-teller. This is a long poem about a dreamy cat fighting laziness.

Now it is available for readers of Hindi literature. Every page is a visual treat that engages you. K.G. Subramanyan has created such powerful yet simple illustrations using only one colour black. It’s a book you would want in your collection.

Billi ke Raat-din

Padma Vibhushan awardee, K.G. Subramanyan is an artist par excellence and a modern story-teller. This is a long poem about a dreamy that is cat fighting laziness.

Now it is available for readers of Hindi literature. Every page is a visual treat that engages you. K.G. Subramanyan has created such powerful yet simple illustrations using only one colour black. It’s a book you would want in your collection.

Chamanlal ke Paijamay

Chamanlal ke Paijamay is a collection of stories written by Anil Singh. A flood drowns people, houses and trees. What happens to our neighbours- no, not human neighbours, but animals who live around us. One story of the collection takes you to one such flood that trapped a group of 50-60 monkeys. It does makes one wonder. Such sensitively portrayed stories are housed in this collection.
This sensitivity is aesthetically recreated by one of the finest illustrators of our country, Taposhi Ghoshal. These illustrations would behold your eyes.

 

Appeared in Parag Honor List 2020

 

 

Chand ki Roti

This book has lullabies that are still unsung. It’s rhythm is effortless. Language is as transparent as sugar. Read it twice and you would learn it. Notice the beauty of its expression,

Chand ki Roti,
pani mein aayi,
machhli phir bhi,
kha na payi.

A lot is left unsaid in this poem. This is the space a child needs to play with language and imagination. And no one is too old for language games.
Proiti Roy has beautifully illustrated these lullaby-like poems.

Char Chatore

22 poems. Funny, witty poems from our everyday life. You wouldn’t find a poem without humour. This is the most neglected province of Hindi poetry. Children will not only read this but also transcend its boundaries to write their own poems and hum them. Another quality of these poems is its simplicity. These poems play with language by taking it away from its prevalent meaning. At times, you will find poems that build on the commonly used play songs. All poems would easily become your own…you would hear them once and find yourself humming soon after.
The book also has beautiful illustrations with playful lines, shapes and colours.

 

Appeared in Parag Honor List 2020

 

 

Chinti Chadhi Pahad

This book has lullabies that are yet unsung. It’s rhythm is effortless. Language is as transparent as sugar. Read it twice and you would learn it.
Notice this play of words,

Ammi kehti hai ki baitha hai, par Rashid is baat par ada hai ki kauwa khada hai.

This is the space a child needs to play with language and imagination. And no one is too old for language games.
Proiti Roy has beautifully illustrated these lullaby-like poems.

 

Appeared in Parag Honor List 2020