What happens to stories that don’t get told? What happens to songs that don’t get sung? Are they forgotten or do they emerge some day? Parvathi knows a story and a song, but she keeps them to herself. The story and the song, however, are determined to escape! This tamil folktale adapted for children by Manasi Subramaniam is illustrated by Ayswarya Sankaranarayanan.
Sesha is a silent boy who reads all the time… and he has a little brown book that no one has ever seen the inside of. One day, Sesha speaks, and no one understands why he speaks differently. But when they see his brown book and the magic he can create, Sesha becomes a whole new person. Learn a little more about the silence of Sesha and his little brown book in this empathetic story by Lavanya R.N. illustrated with collages and water-colours by Shilo Shiv Suleman.
This charming story about adoption is a powerful reminder to both parents and children that the bonds of family are not dependent on genes. The story tugs at the heartstrings by highlighting the fierce love and loyalty that every member of the family feels towards Gul, the adopted child who is the centre of their lives.
Nekgaon is a perfect village. Yes, everything’s perfect – from the cock’s crow to the setting sun. But one wily man arrives and changes everything about Nekgaon with his strange demand.