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Tulika is an independent publishing house based in Chennai that produces the most beautiful stories with absolutely gorgeous illustrations. The stories are simple, easy-to-read ones about animals, people or just everyday things told in a narrative style that kids can relate to. Some have messages without being moralistic and the non-fiction ones are supported by some amazing photographs. All books are available in canadian pharmacy amoxicillin English, some are bilingual and some titles are available in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi and Gujarati.

So far, we’ve sampled the ones in the 2- 5 age group, but they go up to 8+. My kids especially love the Bahadur is there a generic viagra series naion and viagra –about the smart baby elephant who helps out his friends. Titles in this series includeColour Colour Kamini, I’m so Sleepy and Snoring Shanmugam. Check these books out; they will soon become a staple in your household.

Available at most major bookstores in the city like Reliance Time Out, Strand, Crossword etc. Rs.65 – Rs.200 canadian colleges of pharmacy . Or buy it online at tulikabooks.com.

2 Responses to “Indian books for Indian kids!”

  1. priya fonseca says:

    Am going to get hold of these books. Thanx for the info. It’s great to have acess to the website too.

  2. Parul says:

    These turned out to be such treats, we had been re-reading Panchatantra! thanks!