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The Call of the Wild : Illustrated Classics (Om Illustrated Classics)

The Call of the Wild : Illustrated Classics (Om Illustrated Classics)

A young dog, Buck, grew up as the favourite pet of a loving family, in California. But his life took a sudden turn when he was sold by a rogue servant and was transported to the Far North. The cold, wild land was cruel and heartless; inhabited by greedy gold prospectors, savage wolves and even more savage Indians. Buck became a sled dog and was subjected to a life of immense hardship. He soon realised that he must return to the law of the wild and learn to survive. Buck turned to the ways of his forefathers, using the cunning, toughness and ferocity that lay dormant in him he became the strongest sled dog in Alaska. But can he overcome the urge to run free of man's rule; the urge to respond to the call of the wild?

Peppa Pig: Little Library

Peppa Pig: Little Library

A set of six books based on the animated series Peppa Pig, the book Peppa Pig: Little Library is especially designed and written for the pre-school level children. Each book has a 8cmx8cmx8cm dimension that any small child would be able to easily hold onto both while reading as well as carrying it around..

The book, like the popular TV show by the same name, centres on a little pig named Peppa and her different friends, each of whom belongs to a different animal specie. Aim of the series is not only to usher in the good habit of reading to the kids but also to spread good concepts about biodiversity and tolerance. The books in a story form also education the pre-school child about some basic life lessons such as road safety, manners and etiquette.

Written in easy to understand and simple language, this book series is fun, interactive, educational and very exciting for the children who have just been introduced to reading. The title of the six books are: Peppa Pig, Fairy Tale, Little Library, Peppa Goes Camping, Peppa Goes Swimming and Peppa Space Trip. Published by Penguin UK in 2009 and aimed at students between three and five years, the back of these six books combine together to form an intriguing jigsaw puzzle for the children to work on and have fun.

Flora & Ulysses

Flora & Ulysses

It begins, as the best superhero stories do, with a tragic accident that has unexpected consequences. The squirrel never saw it coming, the vacuum cleaner, that is. As for self-described cynic Flora Belle Buckman, she has read every issue of the comic book Terrible Things Can Happen to You. So she is just the right person to step in and save him. What neither can predict is that Ulysses (the squirrel) has been born anew, with powers of strength, flight and misspelled poetry and Flora will be changed too as she discovers the possibility of hope and the promise of a capacious heart. From 1 New York Times bestselling author Kate Dicamillo comes a laugh out loud story filled with eccentric, endearing characters and featuring an exciting new format a novel interspersed with comic-style graphic sequences, plus full page illustrations, all rendered in black and white by a talented new artist.

Sita's Ramayana

Sita's Ramayana

Sita's Ramayana shifts the point of view of the Ramayana - the saga of a heroic war - to bring a woman's perspective to this timeless epic. Narrated by the heroine Sita, it is a powerful meditation on the fate of women, as they become pawns in the wars between men and kingdoms. But Sita is not just a patient victim of events - she endures her fate with fortitude, until the moment she decides to challenge it. The book unites two women from very different backgrounds: young urban writer Samhita Arni collaborates with Patua scroll artist Moyna Chitrakar. To read the Tara blog about the making of Sita click here

Amar Bari Tomar Bari NaxalBari

Amar Bari Tomar Bari NaxalBari

For the first time, read Independent India's political history in the form of a no holds barred, satirical comic book. In the newly independent India - food production is at an all time low, Zamindars control the farms, Nehru is dead, the coalation bengal government is headed for the wall and a tiny village in West Bengal plays host to an uprising. From the tiny village of Naxalbari the story travels back and forth in time, as it takes you to pre-independence Hyderabad, post independence Andhra Pradesh and finally to the jungles of Dandkaranya (Bastar and surrounding regions) where the sparks of Naxalbari finally grew into the fire that today impacts India and its people.

Drawing the Line

Drawing the Line

December 2012: Tens of thousands of people - women, men, families, young, old, rich, poor - come out onto the streets of towns and cities in India to protest the brutal gang rape and murder of a young medical student in Delhi. For days and months, the protests refuse to die down. People demand change, action, commitment to the ideals of democracy and egalitarianism. And they refuse to be silenced. Soon, a new law is put in place. More and more people start to report incidents of sexual assault. New conversations, new debates begin: is violence increasing? Are we seeing more of it? Was it previously invisible? What do Indians really think about women? In this bold and brilliant collection of visual stories, fourteen young women respond to the activism and debates on the ground; they negotiate anger, fear, hope, resistance. Created in a week long workshop, these stories talk to each other as they powerfully describe the fierce determination of the writers/artists to continue the battle for change.

A Children’s Bookshelf Selection: Each month our editor’s pick the best books for children and young adults by age to be a part of the children’s bookshelf. These are editorial recommendations made by our team of experts. Our monthly reading list includes a mix of bestsellers and top new releases and evergreen books that will help enhance a child’s reading life.

The Story of Babur

The Story of Babur

This is the story of Babur, the first Mughal emperor of Hindustan. It is based on the Babur Nama, in which Babur writes about the events in his life, and of the people and things he loved or hated. Descended from two legendary conquerors, Chenghis Khan and Amir Temur, Babur spent much of early life losing kingdoms, wandering through the Uzbek mountains and almost living the life of a vagabond. This is the story of the strange and wonderful things the future brought to him.

Lavishly illustrated in Mughal miniature style paintings, this action-packed tale of this legend, king and adventurer will fascinate children and their parents alike.

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