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If you have a child like mine who adores animals, this little series of books from Tulika (one of the most prolific children’s book publishers in India) will be perfect for you to read to your little one. A quirky cast of characters like Shanmugam the lion, Paytu the pig, Kamalnayan the camel, Hutoxi the [...]

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Review by Nisha Abraham “If there was one place I could be I think it would have to be under the sea If you think there’s nothing there You’re in for a surprise, to be quite fair!” If, like me, you love beautifully illustrated, easy to read, wonderfully imaginative books for children, you will adore [...]

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I was amazed with this fantastic reading tool that has absolutely no letters or words on any of the pages. That?s because it?s a ?Picture Reading? book.

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The secret world that children’s imaginations live in isn’t understood by many. Its dark corners, nasty smells and dire consequences delight children endlessly. This is the world captured by Monideepa Sahu in The Riddle of the Seventh Stone: a magical tale in which bugs and vermin turn into humans, little girls swing from lampposts using [...]

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A room without books is like a body without a soul! Our baby’s library takes up more space than the toys – he loves the written word and imagery. The tip for today is Book Fairs. New parents don’t pass these up for anything. The fairs are not normally advertised so you have to keep [...]

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Building brains while bathing Our baby cannot skip to the loo without a book ever. Loo and bath time require reading rituals. In fact if we seem less inclined to read to him on the couch, he sometimes makes up excuses to head to the restroom, knowing fully well that an adult will accompany him [...]

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Feel-good books Books! Books! Books! I can’t get enough of them. I started reading to my son since he was two months old and I have not stopped. Though now sometimes I can’t help thinking, “Jeez, I’ve created a monster!”. I honestly believe though, that you can never start too young and that books open [...]

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